In this article, we explain how you can prepare a spreadsheet document using LibreOffice Calc in Pardus.
Before getting into the topic, recently announcing version 7.3 Let's talk about the Calc, spreadsheet application of the LibreOffice application.
LibreOffice Calc is the spreadsheet application of the open source office software LibreOffice family, which is the exact equivalent of the popular Microsoft Excel software and is much more functional than its counterparts.
An ISO/IEC standard as a native file format Opendocument Format (ODF) uses the .ods format. Because OpenDocument is an open ISO standard, it's a file format that's guaranteed to be open 20 years from now.
LibreOffice can open existing documents in Microsoft Excel's native file formats (.xlsx , .xls), save them in the same format, and generate documents in these formats from scratch.
Creating a spreadsheet with LibreOffice Calc
To create a Calc spreadsheet in Pardus, you must first open the program. For this, open the application menu, which is located in the upper left corner by default in the GNOME interface and in the lower left corner in the XFCE interface.
Then click on the “Office” tab to access the LibreOffice programs. You can open the program by clicking LibreOffice Calc.
If you want to work on a blank page, you can start working on the opened page immediately, or you can click on the top left corner of the interface. File > New > Spreadsheet You can create a new document by following the path.
Hint: To create a new text document CTRL + N You can use the shortcut.
located at the top Function Wizard You can examine the functions by clicking the button, and write the formula you want in the formula bar to the right of it.
Don't forget to save your work after you're done! To save the spreadsheet file you created File > Save path or on your keyboard. CTRL + S You can use the shortcut.
To the LibreOffice 7.2 Getting Started Guide prepared by the LibreOffice Documentation Team, funded by Pardus here .
Our detailed user guide for LibreOffice Calc ( Spreadsheet) prepared by the Pardus team here .