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In writer when I want to copy value from calculated cell to other cell, it can paste to "value" in new cell. but when I copy multiple cell, it can not paste to new range in "value only" format. It can do copy formula format.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.add value in table such as in column a (=1) and b(=2).
2.use "F2" to add formula in column c such as "=a+b" it will show value "3"
3.repeat to have more row
4.copy all row in column c
5.select all row in column d
6.paste by "paste menu (right click)" or "ctrl+alt+v" or "menu bar"
if choose only a destination cell with "unformated text paste" it show all value in that cell,
if choose all row (range) with "unformated text paste" it show all value in that range,
if choose other type it show error in formula or mistake value (becuase its formula).
show "value" (that I see in copied range) in destination range (each value in each cell).
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I am not sure if I understand your issue right. But from my point of view this is no bug.
If you select a cell with a formula and copy it to another cell then the formula is also copied (see https://help.libreoffice.org/Calc/Copying_Formulas).
If you want to copy only the value itself, but not the formula (because the copied formula will calculate a new value) then you need to choose EDIT -> PASTE SPECIAL and click OK (pay attention FORMULAE is not checked). In addition, you could insert a copied value with a right mouse click and then go in the context menu to PASTE ONLY -> NUMBER.
Does this explanation already solve your issue?
Created attachment 120472 [details]
example table and details of problem
explain the details of problem in the example table
(In reply to A (Andy) from comment #1)
> I am not sure if I understand your issue right. But from my point of view
> this is no bug.
> If you select a cell with a formula and copy it to another cell then the
> formula is also copied (see
> If you want to copy only the value itself, but not the formula (because the
> copied formula will calculate a new value) then you need to choose EDIT ->
> PASTE SPECIAL and click OK (pay attention FORMULAE is not checked). In
> addition, you could insert a copied value with a right mouse click and then
> go in the context menu to PASTE ONLY -> NUMBER.
> Does this explanation already solve your issue?
Please look in my additional sample above to more information. Thank you.
anyone can help me?
Thank you for reporting the bug. I tested attachment 120472 [details] and your expectation that pasting into column D would retain the same formula as when in it was copied from column C is incorrect and not how Calc works either. Writer's tables function differently to Calc's cells, so this isnt a bug.