Let's say that we have a small table with two columns: Column A=Name
and Column B=Value.
The values could be anything, let's say points in some game. Of course
we want to sort the list:
Okay, now they play another round of their game, and their points now
increased in most cases:
Caesar 90 (he blew it completely, didn't he…? ☺)
Now I want to illustrate how their positions changed by drawing lines
First I just copy their names to column D, so their order is the same
as after their last game, in this case as above with Caesar first and
Then entering their points, just like I did above.
Now I draw lines: B1↔D1, B2↔D2 and so on.
Caesar 90 —— Bert 111
Adam 45 —— Adam 103
Bert 42 —— David 96
David 33 —— Caesar 90
As the very last step I sort D1:E4.
Caesar 90 \ / Bert 111
Adam 45 -\/– Adam 103
Bert 42 / \ /David 96
David 33 / \Caesar 90
However, this is not what happens. No lines are moved at any
direction. Is there a way to do this?
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