Recognizing Names as Addressing
You can use cells with text to refer to the rows or to the columns that contain the cells.
In the example spreadsheet, you can use the string
'Column One' in a formula to refer to the cell range
'Column Two' for the cell range
C5. You can also use
'Row One' for the cell range
'Row Two' for the cell range
D4. The result of a formula that uses a cell name, for example,
SUM('Column One'), is 600.
This function is active by default. To turn this function off, choose Tools - Options' - LibreOffice Calc - Calculate' and clear the Automatically find column and row labels check box.