we are using a calc-Document for our test reports in our factory.
Its a small table fitting on a single paper with 32 columns where the tester can put in target and actual measurments.
Most of the time this 32 columns are enough, but sometimes not.
We currently just copy the sheet inside the workbook and name it manually to site 1 and site 2 (and so on for more sheets)
What i’ve seen a while ago was a way to restrict the sheet to what is visible on 1 page of paper and when you fill in all 32 columns (or click on the columns below) you create a copy of the first page right under it in the same sheet.
Is this possible within Calc or do i need macros for such behaviour.
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