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Re: [libreoffice-documentation] One of the new tips makes no sense to me.


You have col A:C filled with data and want to have C after A but keep (and move) B. Typical scenario that most users like me solve by adding an empty column, copy/paste, and delete col. But you can grab the col and when you press the Alt key the data are pasted in between the headers, indicated by a changed drop cursor. Try it out (if it's not working you may have to press Alt later, perhaps).

On 2019-06-01 09:07, kees538@libreoffice.org wrote:
Translating I run into next Tip.

Move a column in Calc between two others in one step? Click the header then a cell in the column, keep mouse button and move to the target with Alt key.

This one makes no sense to me. But maybe I just don't understand it.

Kind regards,
Kees



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