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Am 25.10.2015 um 21:48 schrieb ajebay:
I have a calc spreadsheet with many lines of data which include one
column with names for the line.
I want to sort the names from A to Z, top to bottom, and have all the
corresponding data in each line move with the corresponding name.  Hope
this is clear.
Is this possible?

You can click any single cell in the column you want to sort and click
one of the sort buttons [A-Z], [Z-A]. This will sort the area of
adjacent used cells.
Alternatively you can select the whole range and call the Data>Sort dialog.
And you can click a single cell and call the sort dialog which will
select the area of adjacent used cells as well.
Only one thing does not work: You must not select any part of a table
because this sorts the selected part. Spreadsheets do not have any
concept of tables. A table in a spreadsheet is what you treat as a table.

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