2004-April Archive by Thread

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Within a single thread, the first mail note is the START of the thread; the notes following that are in the chronological order of when they were received. So globally, newest messages are at the top, but within a thread, the oldest (the start of the thread) is at the top.

If you think about it, it is confusing. Just go with the flow and everything will be all right.

  • hidden columns and borders, Ain Vagula
  • Gnumeric and OpenOffice, Morris B. Pearl
  • Gnumeric for Windows - Article on Office 2003 vs. OpenOffice.Org, Russell McOrmond
  • Gnumeric vs. OOCalc, Brian Chase
  • The charting engine, Soren Hauberg
  • speaking of cell comments..., Jason Mancini
  • how to print sheet with comments, Pete Phillips
  • Re: Re: Document, miguel
  • doubly logarithmic plots, Hinow, Peter
  • selecting rows or columns crossing merged ranges, Ain Vagula
  • was autogen and make, Robert Jerrard
  • Re: Saving files automatically?, Kjetil Torgrim Homme
  • 0i09u5rug08r89589gjrg, jody
  • rounding, Rohan Walsh
  • matrix operations in 1.2.10, Allin Cottrell
  • How to Print to a PDF or PS file?, Paul Dickson
  • autogen then make, Robert Jerrard
  • (no subject), Norman C. Leet
  • Protected message, fejj
  • autogen, Robert Jerrard
  • Menubar disappeared!, Daniel Miller
  • 256-column limit, Allin Cottrell
  • Toolbar Location, Paul Vandenberg
  • Re: Offer of service!, Charles R. Twardy
  • minus numbers denoted by parentheses are not recognised, george g.
  • Questions and comments, Jerry
  • gnumeric-1.2.5 Unsatisfied symbols: finite, Gansser, Martin
  • Re: Your document, jody
  • Re: Excel file, jody
  • Gnumeric as a text mode table editor? Is it even a useful idea?, Alan E Davis
  • Re: Your picture, acuster

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