On Sun, 10 Aug 2014, Brian Barker wrote:
At 13:25 10/08/2014 +0200, Pat Brown wrote:
Is there any way to split a primary (one that has not been 'merged'
previously) cell? I can't seem to find such an option. If there is no
current option then is it technically possible to do so?
This wouldn't really make sense. One of the principal functions of a
spreadsheet is to be able to refer to individual cells in formulae. If you
split a single cell, how would you refer to each part of it separately? What
would D7 now mean? D7RB for the right, bottom sub-cell of what was originally
D7? What when you divide those cells further?
@Brian: It should in principle be possible to just renumber
everything. After that, it doesn't seem to be different in principle
from what happens when cells are merged. However ...
@Pat: Is it not possible to get the effect you need by inserting a new
column before or after the cell that you want to split?
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