I'm not quite sure what you're asking, but...
If you're trying to sort entire rows by the value in a single column,
you need to select the rows. When you go to the sort menu, simply
select the column you want as your sort key. You might have to go to
the Options tab to indicate whether or not your data selection includes
a header row; like in Excel, how this comes up seems to be completely
random (in other words, I've never discerned a pattern to how it works).
If I'm misunderstanding your question, please try again!
On 8/18/2015 07:49, Lyle wrote:
I am moving from Excel to Calc......and trying to sort a column...
In Excel, I can select a column, then, prior to the sort can tell
excel to include the entire row data to 'move' along with the data in
How do I do that in Libre Office?
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