At 08:36 31/12/2014 -0500, Marc Paré wrote:
Is there an equivalent Calc function for the Google Sheets function "QUERY"?
Probably not - though you may want to look at
Calc's "database functions". (That's the database
functions in Calc, not LibreOffice's database
functionality, Base.) See the help text for functions such as DGET().
When I downloaded my spreadsheet from Google
Sheets as a Calc file, the "QUERY" function was
not translated into an equivalent Calc function.
My original Google Sheets function is:"=QUERY('NBBP Address Book'!B2:B52)"
At 09:22 31/12/2014 -0500, Marc Paré wrote:
It references a list of names in another sheet
called "NBBP Address Book" and shows the list in
a column on the first sheet ...
You probably don't need QUERY to do that. Just construct the formula
='NBBP Address Book'.B2:B52
but instead of clicking the green tick mark or
pressing Enter, press Ctrl+Shift+Enter. The
formula will be surrounded by braces (but note
that you cannot simply type these yourself) and
will become an array formula with similar results.
I trust this helps.
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