Using Calc, I need a way to specify that a group of rows all belong
together/have the same title.
For example. Say I have a bank that has multiple branches. Each branch
has it's own name like "southwest branch", but they're all part of the
same bank - Bank of America perhaps. Each branch has it's own row
containing branch name, address, phone, etc. but I need a way to tie
them all together as being Bank of America, ideally without creating a
column that is repeated for all rows.
That way, as I'm scanning down the page, I can choose a particular bank
and then select a specific branch of that bank.
I've tried using the Group function which I kind of like, however
there's no way I can find to label the group itself with the bank name.
I have to open each group and _still _don't necessarily know which bank
I've got a picture in my head that looks like a box which contains all
the rows, and the box itself has a caption with the bank name. I'm open
to any solution especially a better one.
Using a database is not an option.
Thank you in advance
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