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    "AutoFormat" Dialog

    Apply AutoFormat Styles

    Tables should often look representative.

    Doing this manually every time, especially when you need to create tables frequently, is very time consuming.

    To simplify this work, we can use the function "AutoFormat Styles …" to automatically apply desired formats to a table or to a selected range of cells.

    Open Calc.

    Select at least 4 x 4 cells, or larger, as large as the table should be later, including the required column and row headings and sums to be automatically formatted.

    Then select Format ▸ AutoFormat Styles….

    In the "AutoFormat" dialog, you can choose which formatting – ("Numbers", "Font", "Orientation", "Outline", "Pattern" and / or "Automatically adjust width / height") - to AutoFormat want to involve.

    Select the desired "Format" and click on OK.

    Redefine an AutoFormat Style

    If you don't like any of the given formats, you can also create a format ourselves.

    To do this, format an area on the worksheet of at least 4 x 4 cells, or larger, as large as the table should be later, including the headings for rows and columns and the display of sums.

    Now you define all details for the Style.

    This affects the font and size, orientation, border and colors.

    When the table is complete, mark the entire table space and select Format ▸ AutoFormat Styles….

    In the dialog, "AutoFormat" click on Add.

    In the opening dialog, "Add AutoFormat" you give a Name, e.g. "Format_01", for the new format and click on OK.

    The newly created format "Format_01" will now be displayed in the "AutoFormat" dialog with the name on the left.

    Close the dialog with OK.

    You can now use the new format "Format_01".

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    Note:

    If the change in the color of the cell contents is not displayed, select View ▸ Value Highlighting from the menu bar or press Ctrl + F8. This feature only affects cells with numeric data.


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