At 08:50 14/02/2013 -0500, Nobody Noname wrote:
On 2013-02-14 1:23 AM, Brian Barker wrote:
At 20:14 13/02/2013 -0500, Pete Bonly wrote:
Does Calc have some kind of method to subdivide individual cells?
[...] 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.
This will 'work', ...
I'm not sure why your inverted commas are there: this will actually
work, I think, plain and simple.
... but it is much more complicated than if there was the
possibility to just subdivide a single cell into multiples...
OK: suppose you divide cell Xn into four cells- two vertically and
two horizontally. How do you now refer to the four new cells in
formulae? And which of the now four separate values gets used if you
refer to plain cell Xn in a formula?
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