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September 30, 2009

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Helpful info, tyhank you. Have been working with spreadsheets for years and didn't know this.

-PL

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Is it possible to define a range of non-continuous cells? I'm trying with OO.org 3.1 and the method you are describing doesn¡t work for this type of ranges=

Is it possible to define a range of non-continuous cells? I'm trying with OO.org 3.1 and the method you are describing doesn't work for this type of ranges.

Not that I know of, fusero. It would be two ranges, or else you'd need to hide the intermediate cells first.

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