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I'm working with QGIS 2.14.6-Essen on a Windows 7 OS.

I have added an attributes table in QGIS composer with specific properties (attributes displayed, fonts, frame and background colors, etc.). This table filters data from a layer ("code" = '086077').

Now, I want to add a second attributes table with exactly the same specifications except the filter ("code" = '086233').

Is there a way to duplicate the first table so that I would just have to modifiy the filter value in the duplicated table? So far, I have no other choice than starting from the beginning for my second table...

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    Probably the same solution in this post: How to set the default values for the ScaleBar in QGIS? where you create a blank composer, add your attribute table with the specific properties, save it as a template, then load this from the template in your composer. Unfortunately, Copy/Paste doesn't work! =) – Joseph Sep 21 '16 at 12:15
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    Yep this could do the job! Thanks dear @Jospeh! And hope it will come with a future version. – wiltomap Sep 21 '16 at 12:22
  • Most welcome! Perhaps there is another way to achieve this but for me atleast, that was the easiest. And yes, I also hope it will come in the future ;) – Joseph Sep 21 '16 at 12:24

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