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Calc has again been wrecked by removing the cut & paste capacity for at least formulea. I'm getting fed up with this. why isn't it fixed? It was the reason ...
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    Buggered Calc. & 11.2--STILL!!!


    Calc has again been wrecked by removing the cut & paste capacity for at least formulea. I'm getting fed up with this. why isn't it fixed? It was the reason I never used 11.0 I come back to try 11.2 and it's still shot! This is not good customer relations-you want linux used-you make it work!!!
    2.6GHz Celeron, 1GB, 160GB, 128Mb SuSe11.2; PCTV, GBit eth0 on P4PE, 10/100 eth1 <Ride to ride again>.

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    Try Evermore Integrated One/Office. Both Windows and Linux portable. Its not open nor free, but it works. No learning curve.

    No they don't pay me, I'm just nuts about stuff that works!

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    Actually it's fixed. I didn't read the instructions on how to copy and paste in 11.x so it does work, just that I suspect its a very complex way of doing a lot of it. Time will tell whether it really is better, but somehow, I think highlite, copy, hilighte, paste was good enough.....
    2.6GHz Celeron, 1GB, 160GB, 128Mb SuSe11.2; PCTV, GBit eth0 on P4PE, 10/100 eth1 <Ride to ride again>.

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    You've just highlighted the learning curve that put me off OpenOffice for life.

    Wonder what happened to the old Amiga's concept of Intuitive computing?

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