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OpenOffice Calc 3.x Guide
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Selecting columns and rows

Entire columns and rows can be selected very quickly in OOo.

Single column or row

To select a single column, click on the column identifier letter (see Figure 1).

To select a single row, click on the row identifier number.

Multiple columns or rows

To select multiple columns or rows that are contiguous:

  1. Click on the first column or row in the group.
  2. Hold down the Shift key.
  3. Click the last column or row in the group.

To select multiple columns or rows that are not contiguous:

  1. Click on the first column or row in the group.
  2. Hold down the Control key.
  3. Click on all of the subsequent columns or rows while holding down the Control key.

Entire sheet

To select the entire sheet, click on the small box between the A column header and the 1 row header.

Select All box

You can also use the keyboard to select the entire sheet by pressing Control+A.


OpenOffice Calc 3.x Guide
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