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Hi Pertti,

Pertti Rönnberg wrote (12-04-12 15:01)

In LibO-Calc there is a very interesting and useful tool "Data/Multiple
operations" -- at least as useful as "Pivot Table".

When I recently updated an old calculation process created some 3-4
years ago in OpenO and recreated it in LibO-3.4.5, I noticed that one of
the tool's flexible features had vanished.

In the 'new' Calc the first cells of both "row input cell" E5 (of E5,
F5, G5,..etc.) and "column input cell" D6 (of D6, D7, D8, ..etc.)
require a manually inserted absolute value -- the next values
(increasing or decreasing by a difference) can be formulas calculating
from the value before.
Is it a bug or what is the explanation? Can I correct this in any way?
My PC is a Win7Prof/32bit.

Thanks for writing. I never used the function, but from what I read from your description, I would say that it is a bug.

Could you pls write a bugreport (& if possible first check if there already is one)?
Info is here:

Best regards,

 - Cor

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