At 12:51 17/04/2017 -0700, Lismurn Noname wrote:
Is it possible to show two sheets of the same spreadsheet and to
edit each cell as required on both parts without going to the
individual [...] Sheets.
o Open the document file.
o Go to Window | New Window.
o Resize and adjust the position of the two windows so that neither
is maximized and you can see both together.
o Display the relevant sheets in the two windows.
o Edit as required.
You will notice that the first window you close does not alert you to
the need to save changes (since you don't need to at that point) but
the remaining one does, as you'd expect.
I trust this helps.
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