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Microsoft Office to OpenOffice Migration Guide
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Array formulas

Calc supports array formulas (formulas entered using Control+Shift+Enter), but Calc can not have array constants in a formula. The work-around is to have the constant values in cells on a sheet and refer to them.

Some Excel array formulas seem to rely on the way that Excel is calculating a result in a non-documented way–such a practice is not a good idea even within Excel only, and certainly not a good idea when importing a file containing such a formula into Calc.

Note

OpenOffice.org help refers to array functions as matrix functions.

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