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On 01/11/2012 10:54 AM, Ian Whitfield wrote:
On 11/01/2012 17:37, Tom Davies wrote:
Sadly you have to "do the LibreOffice shuffle" as one person put it. You can't move single cells on their own......

YES you can Tom!!

Just read the instructions that were given.... Select the cell you want to move, keep the mouse button down and select a second cell. Still keeping the mouse button down move back to the original cell. Now let go of the mouse button, the cell will be highlighted.

Now click on the highlighted cell and drag n' drop it where you want.

IT DOES WORK (I just confirmed it with a test)!!!

Ian Whitfield


I never knew you could do that either. In OpenOffice, and then in LibreOffice, I always had to highlight two to move them. But this method of moving just one does work!!!!! I jut tested it.




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