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On 10/17/2015 10:37 AM, Andreas Säger wrote:
Am 16.10.2015 um 22:02 schrieb william drescher:
I have a list that has two fields: aisle and item.  I need to maintain
the list sorted by item, but print a pick list by aisle.  This would be
simple except, when I print the list for marking I need to print it in
item order, in 3 columns.  When I print the pick list I again need to
print it in 3 columns, sorted by item,

Right now I am sorting the list by aisle and manually cutting and
pasting it into 3 columns.  I currently have the data in a spreadsheet.

I tried using frames set for 3 columns, but when past the sorted list
into the frames it does not spill over onto the 2nd and 3rd columns.

I would appreciate suggestions.



Operating system?

Windows 7
Office version?
Office component? Writer? Calc? Base?
I'll use whatever I need
File format? doc, docx, odt, ods, xls, odb?
odt or ods
I don't understand how you want to dump 2 fields into 3 columns?

Location    item      location    item      location  item
   1     widget          9     vebelfetzer   13 nails, 10p
   1     screws, 8x1     10    L. widget     24 nailsm 16p

The term "pick list" is unclear. Listbox? Writer field of type "input list"?

a pick list is a lit of items to be picked and packed for an order


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