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Hi Thomas

Thomas Blasejewicz-3 wrote
In case there is a stand-alone spreadsheet program (NOT Excel!) that can 
do this trick ..
I would love to learn its name.

Interesting feature. That wasn't available in the Lotus DOS days probably
because you could only open one file at a time :)

The short answer is: LibreOffice does not have that feature. I am not aware
of any free or commercial spreadsheet that does that.

The long answer: 

Since LibreOffice is a free open source software you can ask for that
feature to be added by submitting an Enhancement Request in the TDF Bugzilla

It is submitted as any other bug. Choose Calc(*) in the Component box and
"enhancement" in the Severity box.
Obviously this will be added to the list and is depending on a developer
getting interested on your problem.

Alternatively you can set a Bounty (e.g., try
Crowdfunding (e.g. or pay a company like
Collabora to add the feature

Note: I'm not affiliated with TDF or any of the sites mentioned. There are
probably other companies/sites/solutions.

Hope this helps.

(*) Actually because LibreOffice can open many file formats this could be
added as a General feature where you could have text, spreadsheets,
presentations, etc in the Startup folder that would open when LibreOffice
opens ;) I bet quite a few people would find this feature interesting!

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