I have written a macro that, among other things, hides and shows columns.
I have eventually got it to work: the .uno:ShowColumn seems only to work
if the range includes columns that are showing.
Are there methods for hiding and showing columns? I can't find them in
Andrew's book (or elsewhere). I think it likely that this way of doing
things would be easier.
18.104.22.168 on Windows 8
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