I have been trying to find hints in the documentation, but had no
success so far.
I have (naturally) a number of sheets / files.
Sometimes I want to copy let's say the first row, which contains all the
names of the columns etc., to create a new document.
(not ALL documents use the same format)
Imagine there are 20-25 columns, most of which have different widths.
But when I copy row No.1 from file A to a new file, no matter HOW I
paste it there,
it ALWAYS comes out with equal column width (+ the default height of the
That means, I have to reformat the whole thing EVERY time I do this.
(not frequently, but also not a rare operation)
In an ancient but VERY useful software = Lotus123 that requires only
checking one box.
If I understand the page:
"Form control is selected Not supported"
means that Calc is not able to do what Lotus could do 20 years ago.
Is that right? Or am I missing something?
I am also under the impression, that the "paint brush" works ONLY within
one file, but not across different files.
Styles do not help either (as far as I can tell), since I could not find
any tab there, where I can specify column width + height.
Is there a trick?
Is so, I would really like to know.
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