Am 29.03.2015 um 15:17 schrieb Tanstaafl:
On 3/28/2015 10:32 AM, Pertti Rönnberg <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I agree that this should probably be a configurable option you can set
in Tools > Options > Libreoffice Calc > Defaults (or something like
that) - ie, change the default behavior to whatever you want - but the
fact is, it isn't, so you simply need to be aware of this.
It is a regression because it used to be a configurable option.
Type a couple of text values into a column of cells.
Select the cells and call Data>Define...
Give a name to the range, hit [More Options] and uncheck the column
Hit [Add] and then [OK]
Now try Data>Filter>Standard...
The standard filter dialog lets you enter filter criteria for "Column
A", "Column B", "Column C" etc. because it recognizes that this is a
named data range with no column header.
Some years ago the sort dialog used to recognize the same column header
option defined for a named database range. The quick-sort buttons used
to ignore named data ranges any time.
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