Go to Tools>Options>Calc>General and turn on the option "expand
Now you can insert new rows anywhere in the list and directly below the
list and all references in formulas, charts, conditional formatting,
validation formulas and form controls will follow the new dimensions.
SUM(A1:A199) becomes SUM(A1:A200) after insertion of new cells anywhere
between row #1 and row #2.
You may define a shortcut to insert an entire new row into the sheet.
You may use a macro of mine which takes care of the above mentioned
option and a few other things:
The problem would not exist if you would collect all data in a database
table which grows and shrinks as you add and remove rows. All references
would always refer to the correct amount of rows calculated by the
database program or imported into Calc.
Hope this helps
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