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Many commands and functions operate on a given cell or group of cells, and therefore take a cell or range reference (address) as an argument. An individual cell is specified by its row/column coordinates, which start with row 1, column 1 in the upper left of the spreadsheet. A range is a rectangular group of cells, specified by giving its left and rightmost columns and top and bottom rows.
A reference may be absolute or relative. An absolute reference is measured from the upper left of the spreadsheet, and does not change when the cell containing it is moved or copied. A relative reference, however, is measured as an offset from the cell it is in, and when moved points to the cell at the same offset relative to the new location.
There are two ways of addressing cells in Oleo, called
noa0. To switch between the modes, use the
M-x set-option a0
M-x set-option no a0
In both modes the case of cell and range letters is ignored.
1.2.1 noa0 Mode Using noa0 Mode 1.2.2 a0 Mode Using a0 Mode 1.2.3 Comparison Comparing a0 and noa0 modes
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