21. Apr 2017 22:53 by firstname.lastname@example.org:
I am making tables in LibreWriter. The structure is one short column
with a couple of numbers, followed by one long column with information
that I type in. The individual rows are eventually cut out and put into stamp albums.
I've looked around for a "table row" field and I can't find one. One
of the numbers in the first column is sequential and will serve as a
page number after I stick that row into the album. It would be
wonderful if I could insert a field and have the rows number
themselves - especially for those times I go back and discover that I
left something out 50 rows before.
If there is a way of doing that...is there then a way of assigning a
specific number to the first instance and letting it increment from
I could almost certainly do this in Calc, but Calc lacks a few
formatting niceties, and I'd prefer to keep it in Writer if I can.
I don't know if this it's possible... because I'm not expert in Writer, but, if only it's possible
with macros, I can help you, I like this idea.
I tried insert a formula (=LAST_ROW+1) in each row, but, if I insert new rows, this values not
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