Commit a5e3cb28 authored by Vincent Renardias's avatar Vincent Renardias
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Wed, 30 Sep 1998 16:55:05 +0200 [Vincent]

* Proofread doc/*.sgml and corrected a couple of typos.
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<para>A typical example of when you want to use this feature is to fill
a series of numbers maybe a list of part numbers, or a perhaps a list
a serie of numbers, maybe a list of part numbers, or a perhaps a list
of TV channels. To create a list like this, all the user needs to do
is to enter the first number into a cell and click on the autofill
cursor in the bottom right corner of the cell border and drag it in
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<sect2>
<title>Formula autofill</title>
<para>Probabaly the most useful of all the autofill capabilties is
the abilty to autofill functions. In practice it works essentialy the
<para>Probably the most useful of all the autofill capabilties is
the ability to autofill functions. In practice it works essentialy the
same as all the other autofill methods, it just transfers the funtions
of course. </para>
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highest value into the first cell, then the next value in the second cell and select
them both in the first step outlined above. </para>
</listitem>
<listitem><para>Starting a series with more than two inital values can result in
<listitem><para>Starting a serie with more than two inital values can result in
some unexpected results. Use with care.</para>
</listitem>
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<para>To reference the value stored in a single cell, say B1, just enter "B1"
in the function argument.</para>
<para>Cell are refernce in a format like C4, where C is the column label
<para>Cells are reference in a format like C4, where C is the column label
and 4 is the row label.</para>
<example id="simplecellrefer">
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<title>Referencing a continous region of cells</title>
<para>For functions that take more than one argument, it is often
eaier to reference the cells as a group. This can include
easier to reference the cells as a group. This can include
cells in sets horizontally, vertically, or in arrays.</para>
<para>The ':' operator is used to indicate a range of cells. The basic
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<para>There are a couple of things that should be kept in mind
when translating Gnumeric. Gnumeric, unlike regular applications
includes strings used to render numbers in various ways: as dates,
as times, as currency, number, as accouting-formatted numbers.
as times, as currency, number, as accounting-formatted numbers.
You should usually leave alone during the general language
translation the number formatting and the date formatting
codes.</para>
<para>For example, in Mexico, we speak spanish (language code
<para>For example, in México, we speak spanish (language code
"es"), so a spanish translation should be done for all of the
messages in the program in the file es.po.</para>
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same as in the US, so they are left untouched.</para>
<para>So, basically: when doing currency/date/number format
translation, make sure no other country that speaks your language
translation, make sure no other country that uses your language
has a different set of rules (when in doubt, just dont touch the
formatting codes and add your localized version to the NN@MM.po
file).</para>
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<itemizedlist>
<listitem><para>Click (MB1) on the border (anywhere, except the autofill square in
the bottom right corner). Ctrl+click copies the cell, why a plain
the bottom right corner). Ctrl+click copies the cell, while a plain
click just moves the cell.</para></listitem>
<listitem><para>Drag the cell to the new cell location.</para></listitem>
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a string.</para>
<figure id="stringnumber">
<title>Entering strings and mumbers.</title>
<title>Entering strings and numbers.</title>
<screenshot>
<graphic fileref="images/editing-1.jpg"></graphic>
</screenshot>
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<itemizedlist>
<listitem><para>Click (MB1) on the border (anywhere, except the autofill square in
the bottom right corner). Ctrl+click copies the cell, why a plain
the bottom right corner). Ctrl+click copies the cell, while a plain
click just moves the cell.</para></listitem>
<listitem><para>Drag the cell to the new cell location.</para></listitem>
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where you want to
apply/change the format and then select from the
Format/Cells/Numbers menu (or from the context sensitive popup menu
bound to the right mouse button) the appropiate format.</para>
bound to the right mouse button) the appropriate format.</para>
<para>Gnumeric provides a wide range of predetermined formatting
styles. These formatting styles are shown by cathegory in the
styles. These formatting styles are shown by categorie in the
Cell/Style dialog box. Just choose one of the display formats and
accept the changes to change the display format for your
cells.</para>
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<para>There are a couple of things that should be kept in mind
when translating Gnumeric. Gnumeric, unlike regular applications
includes strings used to render numbers in various ways: as dates,
as times, as currency, number, as accouting-formatted numbers.
as times, as currency, number, as accounting-formatted numbers.
You should usually leave alone during the general language
translation the number formatting and the date formatting
codes.</para>
<para>For example, in Mexico, we speak spanish (language code
<para>For example, in México, we speak spanish (language code
"es"), so a spanish translation should be done for all of the
messages in the program in the file es.po.</para>
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same as in the US, so they are left untouched.</para>
<para>So, basically: when doing currency/date/number format
translation, make sure no other country that speaks your language
translation, make sure no other country that uses your language
has a different set of rules (when in doubt, just dont touch the
formatting codes and add your localized version to the NN@MM.po
file).</para>
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<sect1>
<title>The Worksheet</title>
<para>After opening up gnumeric, your presented with a view of a
<para>After opening up gnumeric, you're presented with a view of a
worksheet. This is where the majority of the work on the spreadsheet
is done, and provides access to all the various sub dialogs of gnumeric.</para>
<para>The worksheet view is split into several main areas. The menu bar, the
buton bar, the entry area, the main cell area, and the info area. See
button bar, the entry area, the main cell area, and the info area. See
<xref linkend="worksheet-all-1.jpg"> </para>
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