I think that you can do this:
If you can lock Row A
a)Select, the rest of the sheet A2 to AMJ1048576, then go to
b)Menu-Format-Cell-Protect Cell-uncheck protect box, then go to
d)There, asign a password if you want, and keep check both boxes there.
Now you can work in whatever cell except in all cells of row A.
You can do this in whatever cell or cells that you want to lock.
I hope this help,
El lun, 28-03-2016 a las 11:32 -0400, Helen escribió:
Is there a way, in L.O. spreadsheet, to lock the rows so that a row cannot
more than one line? So that all rows have the same height. Freeze doens't
seem to do that.
using Linux, suse12.3
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