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asked 2012-05-17 10:55:58 +0200raev
I have a Writer-document consisting of many pages of tables. To make it easier to reference to this document, I want to have a column that numbers each row (1, 2, 3... 499, 500). Is there any function that does this easy, like the function that can "auto-fill" rows and columns in Calc?
answered 2012-05-17 13:55:17 +0200luyu
Replace existing Writer table with Calc spreadsheet OLE object editable directly from Writer. Here's how to do it.
answered 2012-05-18 06:58:31 +0200vojo
first answer does not work....formulas in tables are fixed references...moreover, you need to copy the actual forumula....copying the cell copies the contents but not the forumula
I ran into this same desire/problem yesterday (3.5.2 on XP). ended up having to manually copy formula and edit the formula to pick up the right cell references.
Better off to use calc and copy and paste...though formatting brings new challenges.
answered 2012-08-10 22:49:40 +0200blue900
Easy Make your Table, Choose the row you want numbered. Select that entire row (highlight it) Got to the tool bar at the top and choose Format -> Bullets and Numbering. Play around with that, it works Perfectly! Awesome
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Asked: 2012-05-17 10:55:58 +0200
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Last updated: Aug 10 '12