On Thu, 2004-04-29 at 07:24, Parrenin Frédéric wrote:
I don't use Calc or XL, so I can't compare, but I thought "split panes" is what Gnumeric calls "frozen panes".In fact, it is not. "Split panes" is more powerful than frozen panes. For example, you can scroll in both panes.
So is it equivalent to the multiple views you can have of the same spreadsheet in Gnumeric (Except that in Gnumeric they are in different windows.)?
- lack of text orientation - rough support of headers and footers for printing"rough"? What are you looking for that you can't do in Gnumeric?Look at what is in Calc to have an idea of what could be done (I am not sure it is perfect though). In gnumeric, you only have several pre-defined headers and footers. You cannot customize them as in Calc. As an example, try to write in the header: "this is spreasheet written by gnumeric" :-)
Pardon? Of course you can. Just select "customize header" from the header popup menu and type it into any of the 3 fields to appear at the left, in the middle or at the right. Of course there could be a nicer interface to including such things as page numbers rather than typing in cryptic codes.)
Also you cannot define borders and backgrounds.
Well yes. (And personally I am happy about that!) Andreas -- Andreas J. Guelzow Taliesin Software, Shelties, Pyrsheps and Shetland Sheep
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