At 12:04 04/09/2018 -0400, Charles Meyer wrote:
Excel seems to have a built-in flaw ...
I'm not sure we discuss other providers' products here!
... where if one cell gets too close to another cell ...
All cells in a spreadsheet abut all surrounding
cells. There is never any question about how
close they are: they are always completely close.
Ex. In an Excel cell
The cell is getting too close
Shall we talk about Calc? The only way this sort
of thing could happen, I think, is if the text in
the cell actually contains trailing spaces and
that the cell formatting is set to "Wrap text automatically".
Is there anyway to delete/remove/eliminate that
extra space under characters in a cell in Libre Calc?
o Delete those rogue space characters (if you don't need them), or
o Change the font size, or
o Expand the column width appropriately.
o Merge cells appropriately.
Also, Excel does not allow you to change the
case size after you've saved the file.
I don't believe that - but we are not talking about Excel; remember?
In Word, you can toggle among small case
initial caps - all caps easily but not in Excel.
Er, we are not talking about Word, either!
Can you toggle among case sizes in Libre Calc?
Not that I know of. But you could easily copy
material into a text (Writer) document, modify it
there, and copy it back. If you use Paste
Special... and paste it into the text document as
HTML you should see a table. That way, you can
handle arbitrary ranges in one go, not just individual cells.
I trust this helps.
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