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Somewhere within Calc 7.3 there is a setting for allowing a full column range reference, e.g., [A:A], to be entered within a calc formula. I believe this functionality was added in Calc 5.0. I don't know if it is a global effect or is implemented on an individual spreadsheet basis.

I have used it once before, but am unable to locate it now. I seem to recall that there are three options available, including:

1. RxC
2. Excel format
3. ? can't recall, perhaps scientific notation?

Please help.

TNX for reading about my problem.



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