Spreadsheet Options

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Defines various settings for spreadsheets, contents to be displayed, and the cursor direction after a cell entry. You can also define sorting lists, determine the number of decimal places and the settings for recording and highlighting changes.

Open a spreadsheet document, choose Tools - Options' - LibreOffice Calc'

General

Defines general settings for spreadsheet documents.

Defaults

Defines default settings for new spreadsheet documents.

View

Defines which elements of the LibreOffice Calc main window are displayed. You can also show or hide highlighting of values in tables.

Calculate

Defines the calculation settings for spreadsheets. Defines the behavior of spreadsheets with iterative references, the date settings, the number of decimal places, and if capitalization or lower cases are to be considered when searching within sheets.

Formula

Defines formula syntax options and loading options for LibreOffice Calc.

Sort Lists

All user-defined lists are displayed in the Sort Lists dialog. You can also define and edit your own lists. Only text can be used as sort lists, no numbers.

Changes

The Changes dialog specifies various options for highlighting recorded changes in documents.

Compatibility

Defines compatibility options for LibreOffice Calc.

Grid

Specifies the settings for the configurable grid on your document pages. This grid helps you determine the exact position of your objects. You can also set this grid in line with the "magnetic" snap grid.

Print

Determines the printer settings for spreadsheets.

Back

Resets modified values back to the LibreOffice default values.