Thank you by your words
El dom, 27-07-2014 a las 19:06 +0100, Tom Davies escribió:
I think you give good answers. We can't always solve everyone's
questions. Hopefully we do push enough of them in the right direction
but it is not always possible.
There are other places people can use to try to find answers too.
Also we are not just about giving answers but are also about showing
people that this is a comfortable place to "mull over issues" and to
maybe pick up some new ways of thinking. Those new ways might help
people with other problems.
Sometimes problems only get solved when several people ask because it
takes time for us to learn how to cope with something new. Sometimes
the functionality is not there yet so we push for new features.
Sometimes it's something that is not widely known about so we all
So, don't worry when you can't help a person directly. Just trying to
help shows them that they are not alone and that can be a huge help.
Good work! Much appreciated :)
On 26 July 2014 19:00, jorge <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I'm sorry for you but LO is quite different to excel
not all that you
can do in LO you can do in excel and invece ... They usually
all but in different way...sometimes one or other improve
the other doesn't do by different issues. Is like a car, if
you change a
car you can't expect its perfomance is equal to other car.
I tried to give you a way to solve your problem using
LO Car !
El sáb, 26-07-2014 a las 17:00 +0200, Rob Jasper escribió:
> In MS Excel one can select a full column by just leaving
off the rownumber, example: MAX(B:B).
> If I open the .xls file with LibreOffice this formula gets
translated in MAX(B$1:B$983040)
> Tried to enter the original formal but that responds #NAME?.
> Apparently LibreOffice does not have the functionality.
> Op 23 jul. 2014, om 16:39 heeft jorge het volgende
> > Hi:
> > I could suggest you to select a greatter range than you
are going to use
> > at the begining. For example. Imagine you need make a
chart with the
> > information of all the months of the year but at this
moment you have
> > only seven mounth, like this:
> > Row A B
> > 1 J 10
> > 2 F 20
> > 3 M 30
> > 4 A 40
> > 5 My 40
> > 6 J 50
> > 7 Jy 60
> > But you expect five additional months:
> > Row A B
> > 8 A ? (Keep in blank)
> > 9 S ? (Keep in blank)
> > 10 O ? (Keep in blank)
> > 11 N ? (Keep in blank)
> > 12 D ? (Keep in blank)
> > When you select the initial range you can select:
> > A1:B12 as complete series
> > In this case the chart only show elements graphics for
months that have
> > numbers...the others only by referens...but if you dont
want show these
> > in the chart you can hide its part of range-rows-(Partial
or Total), and
> > the chart adjusts automatically its range.
> > I hope this help you to make your chart better and easier,
> > Regards,
> > Jorge Rodríguez
> > El mié, 23-07-2014 a las 10:48 +0100, Gordon
> >> Hi!
> >> I'm trying to create a chart where when I add data I
don't have to edit
> >> the data range each time to include the new row.
> >> I can't see how to do that. (Probably something I've
> >> Can anyone help?
> >> Ta!
> > --
> > Atentamente,
> > Jorge Rodríguez
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