LibreOffice 7.5 Help
The Table Bar contains functions you need when working with tables. It appears when you move the cursor into a table.
Inserts one or more rows in the table, below the selection. You can insert more than one row by opening the dialog (choose Table - Insert - Rows), or by selecting more than one row before clicking the icon. The second method inserts rows of the same height as the originally selected rows.
Inserts one or more columns into the table, after the selection. You can insert several columns at the same time by opening the dialog (choose Table - Insert - Columns), or by selecting several columns before clicking the icon. If the latter method is used, the columns inserted will have the same relative width as the selected columns.
Combines the contents of the selected cells into a single cell, retaining the formatting of the first cell in the selection.
Opens a toolbar that contains functions for optimizing the rows and columns in a table.
Aligns the contents of the cell to the top edge of the cell.
Defines the class of the selected term.
Aligns the contents of the cell to the bottom edge of the cell.
Click to open a toolbar where you can click a background color for a paragraph. The color is applied to the background of the current paragraph or the selected paragraphs.
Click the Borders icon to open the Borders toolbar, where you can modify the border of a sheet area or an object.
Click this icon to open the Line Style toolbar, where you can modify the border line style.
Click the Line Color (of the border) icon to open the Border Color toolbar, which enables you to change the border color of an object.
Sorts the selected paragraphs or table rows alphabetically or numerically. You can define up to three sort keys as well as combine alphanumeric and numeric sort keys.
Activates the sum function. Note that the cursor must be in the cell where you want the sum to appear.
Specifies the properties of the selected table, for example, name, alignment, spacing, column width, borders, and background.