At 20:14 13/02/2013 -0500, Pete Bonly wrote:
Does calc have some kind of method to subdivide individual cells?
Yes - but you have to think of the problem the other way about.
You can select a number of cells and then *merge* them, either by
going to Format | Merge Cells or using the Merge Cells button in the
Formatting toolbar. By starting with multiple rows or multiple
columns (or both?) and merging some of the cells you can achieve the
same effect as you would by subdividing cells. If you have an
existing spreadsheet, you will want to insert additional rows or
columns adjacent to your problem ones in order to start this process.
I trust this helps.
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