On 21/07/15 14:41, Brian Barker wrote:
At 14:45 21/07/2015 +0200, Pier Andreit wrote:
I would like to do in writer (tables or text) as in calc, if in cell
A1 I have "something" and in cell A2 I insert "=A1" in cell A2 I'll
The syntax would be "=<A1>", I think.
I tried with formulas but didn't succeed. it seems that they treat
It seems so.
Breaking the principle of least surprise, it seems "tables" in Writer
only do arithmetic.
Or embed a spreadsheet object: Insert | Object | OLE Object and pick
spreadsheet, then fill it in. Then you get most (all?) of the facilities
you'd expect. Double-click to open the spreadsheet object for editing.
Yes: create what you need in a spreadsheet and copy and paste the
required cell range into your text document. It will appear as a table
but will function like the spreadsheet section that it is.
I trust this helps.
Referring back to my recent comments, this really should be the default
action for anything table-like. IMO.
Harlow, Essex, England
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