Yes. You must first select all the cells you want to sort. You can
easily do this by clicking the little square above the row numbers and
left of the column letters. This will select the entire sheet. Next from
the top heading bar at the very top select DATA then from the drop-down
context menu select SORT. Then select the sort critera (in your case the
columns that have the names in it. Also mark if you want the sort
ascending or descending (you want ascending). If you want a secondary
sort you can input the criteria also. Finally click the OK button at the
Blessings, Joe Conner, Poulsbo, WA USA
On 10/25/2015 01:48 PM, ajebay wrote:
I have a calc spreadsheet with many lines of data which include one
column with names for the line.
I want to sort the names from A to Z, top to bottom, and have all the
corresponding data in each line move with the corresponding name.
Hope this is clear.
Is this possible?
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