I don't know why but when I do reply in thunderbird it answer only to
you and not to the list like in the past, so I send to the list
On 04/27/2014 12:11 PM, Brian Barker wrote:
At 11:46 27/04/2014 +0200, you wrote:
what do you intend to press Alt+Insert?
Hold down Alt and press the Insert *key* - on the keyboard.
aaaahhh yeah, now I get it...:-) :-) :-) ...I never use the insert key
very much so I didn't thought to it..:-) :-) it works verywell now as I
like..:-) :-) and you gave me a good idea on reading the online manual,
not the help, it is very helpful and I discovered also the Alt+Delete
works too...:-) :-)
manythanks, :-) ciao :-) pier...
... but the keyboard handling should works because I can change
columns width with Alt+left-arrow and right-arrow..
but..., I would like a behaviour like this:
...hoping to explain well..:-) :-)
when inserting column total table width has to change and single
column width not.
in Tools | Options... | OpenOffice.org Writer | Table | Keyboard
handling | Insert cell I set column width to insert = 2cm
if my table is 10cm wide and has 3 columns of 4cm 3cm and 3cm
when I add a column the table should result 12cm wide and 4 columns of
4cm 3cm 3cm and 2cm..
That's exactly how it works for me, provided that
(1) Tools | Options... | OpenOffice.org Writer | Table | Behavior of
rows/columns is set to Variable,
(2) I put the cursor in column 3, and
(3) I use Alt+Insert, right-arrow to create the new column.
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