Merging and Splitting Cells
From LibreOffice Help
You can select adjacent cells, then merge them into a single cell. Conversely, you can take a large cell that has been created by merging single cells, and divide it back into individual cells.
|When you copy cells into a target range containing merged cells, the target range gets unmerged first, then the copied cells are pasted in. If the copied cells are merged cells, they retain their merge state.|
- Select the adjacent cells.
- Choose Format - Merge Cells - Merge Cells. If you choose Format - Merge Cells - Merge and Center Cells, the cell content will be centered in the merged cell.
- Place the cursor in the cell to be split.
- Choose Format - Merge Cells - Split Cells.