Using LibreOffice 3.3.1 on LinuxMint Debian Edition (LMDE)
I have created a spreadsheet in Calc as a Customer database, which I will
save as a CSV file and use to create form letters.
The columns are: Firstname, Surname, Street, Town, City, Postcode,
I originally sorted them Surname, Firstname, Town and got what I expected.
However, somehow I have made a complete "pigs ear" with a subsequent sort,
and for the life of me I cannot remember the three fields on which I chose
to sort, and the Salutation field is now not aligned with the correct
surname. For example, the customer name is Faye Abel and the Salutation
should be Dear Faye. However it is Dear Marion!
My question is, apart from completely retyping the correct Salutation, is
there any sort method by which i can have the correct salutation aligned
with the correct surname?
Bachelor: A guy who has cheated a woman out of a divorce.
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