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Further to this, if I customise the Edit menu and remove the Find command, I cannot add it back in as it does not appear in the list of commands. A reset will see Find back in the edit menu.

On 29/10/22 8:42 am, Steve Edmonds wrote:
Hi again.
I am now wondering if the find dialogue is deprecated in 7.3.6. I cannot find it explained in the help. When you run the mouse over the find field at the bottom of the window the pop up tip states "Find text in values, to search in formulas use the dialog" which may be leading me astray.

You can use the find/replace dialogue with a number of search options, are the options you see not working in the find dialogue also not available in the find/replace dialogue.

If I close the find tool bar at the bottom of the window, Edit>Find will open it again, no Find dialogue.
Cmd F now opens another strange dialogue requesting search for command.


On 27/10/22 10:49 pm, Thomas Blasejewicz wrote:
Good evening
I just came across something I do not understand (and so far could not find being mentioned in the manuals etc.).
Using Windows 10, LibreOffice
I noticed in Calc that when I try to find something, in the find dialog
* Match case = greyed out = not working
* Formatted display = OK
* Entire cells = greyed out = not working
* All sheets = OK

Now, why would these functions be disabled? I tried to find something under tools, but so far without luck. And I am quite sure I was able to search the data with Match case checked.
I tried to reboot the computer. That did not change anything either.

1)    Is there a reason for this behavior?
2)    Is there a way to fix it?

Thank you

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