Well my mom just sent me a spreadsheet she's doing. Created on her MacBook
10.5 i think. Should be the latest version of LO.
I was working on my Win7 64bit Dell computer here. Ver 3.4.4. These were
.ods files. Simple simple stuff here.. Only using one (of three default)
sheet. Less than 100 rows, trying to freeze the top row.
On Wed, May 9, 2012 at 9:25 PM, Dan Lewis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Then we need more information about your set up: operating system?
version of LO? 32 bit or 64 bit? Is the spreadsheet an Excel workbook?
How many sheets do you have in the file? How many of these sheets have
the rows or columns frozen?
Something is different about your setup that is causing this
because you are not getting the standard results.
For the last 8 years or perhaps more, a Calc (originally .sxc;
now .ods) spreadsheet would preserve the "Window > Freeze" when the file
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