[Libreoffice-ux-advise] [Bug 90393] Text cell as first cell in range should not automatically be considered as label

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Wed Apr 1 10:31:51 PDT 2015


--- Comment #3 from Tim Deaton <tim at timdeaton.org> ---
(As I commented in the Nabble thread)

If you do the sort using the menu (Data > Sort), the box that opens up contains
two tabs (Sort Criteria, & Options). The default is to treat the top cell as a
LABEL, (if that cell is text, at least), but nothing is visible to tell you
that.  If you do NOT HAVE any column labels, you have to go to the OPTIONS tab
(every time) and UN-SELECT the "Range Contains Column Labels" box.

That "Range Contains Column Labels" checkbox SHOULD be on the SORT CRITERIA
tab, so that the user sees it every time he performs the sort operation. 
Likewise, using one of the SORT icons should also open up that same box.  The
only difference should be that the default sort order changes depending on
which icon is hit.

LO Version:
Windows 7 64-bit

-- Tim

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