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With MarkupTable you can quickly and efficiently create Markup-formatted tables in no time. MarkupTable allows you to import already formatted tables from files formatted with the languages MarkdownExtra, MultiMarkdown, HTML, Textile, Wikitext, BBCode, and Smark, add more or remove rows and columns, move entire columns and rows, and of course to edit individual cells.
Export your edited tables to your preferred markup language as a plain Text-, as a Textbundle- or Textpack-file.



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Want to test MarkupTable now? You can try out the demo version of MarkupTable for 30 days without any restrictions.

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The full version of MarkupTable is available on the Mac App Store
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MarkupTable requires macOS 10.10 or higher
MarkupTable is localized in English and German


Overview of the features of MarkupTable


Import existing markup tables
MarkupTable can import tables formatted in any of the following markup languages: MultiMarkdown, MarkdownExtra, Wikitext, Textile, BBcode, Smark, and HTML. For this, the corresponding table only has to be marked during import and MarkupTable takes over the rest.



Export
MarkupTable can export tables into the following markup languages: Markdown (exported as an HTML table), MultiMarkdown, MarkdownExtra/Parsedown, Wikitext, Textile, BBCode, Smark and HTML.

The tables can be exported as plain Text- as well as Textbundle- and Textpack-files.


Extensive editing capabilities
To make creating and editing tables easy and convenient, there are many functions that can be done either with the mouse or with the keyboard.

  • Edit individual cells
  • Add rows and columns anywhere
  • Move rows and columns
  • Deleting individual rows and columns
  • Duplicating individual rows and columns
  • Automatically fill rows and columns with values



User-Interface Adjustments
MarkupTable offers a variety of options to customize the user interface. Via Menu > View, the title-bar can be shown / hidden.
MarkupTable also natively supports the dark mode of Mojave. For older macOS versions, the menu option Display > Light/Dark Interface provides the option to switch between light and dark interfaces manually.
Furthermore, options are available to customize the text fields of the CSV-view and the Markup-view to your own preferences.

Various preview options


In addition to the regular table-view MarkupTable offers three additional views for the generated table:


CSV-view
In the CSV-view, the table is displayed as it would be saved as a CSV-file. In this view, the table can also be edited.


Markup-view (text can be copied)
The Markup-view provides a preview of the markup code for the table that MarkupTable would generate on export.


Web-view
In the Web-view, the table can be viewed in formatted state.



Check it out!

Want to test MarkupTable now? You can try out the demo version of MarkupTable for 30 days without any restrictions.

Buy #Gazer

The full version of MarkupTable is available on the Mac App Store
Test
MarkupTable requires macOS 10.10 or higher
MarkupTable is localized in English and German