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Re: [libreoffice-users] Schema in Calc



The most of which I am aware is the ability to see which cells reference the current cell, and, even then, you won't see the cells if they are not visible on screen.

It requires a macro to turn on and off. It is rather obscure; I think it is meant for debugging.

On 07/30/2014 02:37 AM, Pat Brown wrote:
Hi,
In a relationall DB there is a facility to display all the tables and
this also shows how the tables are related and also which fields are
related and how they are related. This is extremely useful to get an
overall pcture of how things fit together and, importantly in this case,
what the effects would be of changing something in one table on the data in
the other tables. Does such a feature exist in Calc? With a large number of
sheets and many cells looking up data in cells on other sheets it would be
great to be able to see how changing a sheet name or a column heading would
affect the rest of the data.

Thanks


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