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Old 02-03-2005, 11:25 AM   #1
Registered: Oct 2004
Distribution: Fedora 7, OpenSuse 10.2
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OOO Calc Paste shifts cells

I recently upgraded to Openoffice 1.1.3 and noticed an unexpected behaviour in the new version of the spreadheet: When pasting a cell with cntrl-V, instead of overwriting the targe cell and leave everything else as is, a new cell is created and the cells below the target will shift one row down. The old version didn't do this, nor does Microsoft Excel.

Is this a bug, a feature or a setting I've overlooked ? I've tried to find something in Tools - Options and Tools- Configure but to no avail.

The X way of pasting, ie Mark - press mouse middle button, works like before.


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