Specifies additional sorting criteria. You can also combine sort keys.
Enter the number of the table column that you want to use as a basis for sorting.
Select the sorting option that you want to use.
Sorts in ascending order, (for example, 1, 2, 3 or a, b, c).
Sorts in descending order (for example, 9, 8, 7 or z, y, x).
Sorts the columns in the table according to the current sort options.
Sorts the rows in the table or the paragraphs in the selection according to the current sort options.
Paragraphs are separated by non-printing paragraph marks. You can also specify that tabs or a character act as separators when you sort paragraphs.
If the selected paragraphs correspond to a list separated by tabs, select this option.
Enter the character that you want to use as a separator in the selected area. By using the separator, LibreOffice can determine the position of the sorting key in the selected paragraph.
Opens the Special Characters dialogue box, where you can select the character that you want to use as a separator.
Select the language that defines the sorting rules. Some languages sort special characters differently than other languages.
Distinguishes between upper-case and lower-case letters when you sort a table. For Asian languages special handling applies.
For Asian languages, select Match case to apply multi-level collation. In the multi-level collation, the primitive forms of the entries are first compared with the cases of the forms and diacritics ignored. If the forms are the same, the diacritics of the forms are compared. If the forms are still the same, the cases, character widths, and Japanese Kana differences of the forms are compared.