I think it's the same with all spreadsheet programs. if the column width is
large enough then it starts creating problems. I'm a bit hazy about the
problem in this thread tbh but wide columns seem to have all sorts of
Mark Stanton wrote
I'm not a frequent Calc user, so this might be just plain wrong,
With a very wide table I can (as is standard in most GUIs) go a page
right (or probably left) at a time by clicking in the scrollbar
between the end stop and the current position indicator.
However, if the column wider than the Calc window, this doesn't work.
The cell is placed with its left side at the left of the window and
and further "page" clicking to continue scolling doesn't move the
The page can be moved by using the arrow at the end of the scrollbar,
or by dragging the position indicator.
Checking actions to write this message pretty much confirms it for
me. Or have I made a mistake?
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