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That is, why only sequential ones?

In order to "cut" (e.g. [CTRL]+[X]) ranges, Calc only accepts
continuous areas, at least at the moment.

So, cutting multiple adjacent rows (e.g. rows 5 and 6) is possible,
but multiple non-adjacent rows cannot be cut simultaneously; at least
not with current versions.

Now, if you want to _delete_ the contents of those non-adjacent rows,
or the rows themselves, then those actions are indeed possible.


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