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    Default Libre Office

    Two columns. A is names and B is price. If i want the column B to start at price highest to lowest how do i go about column A following in order?

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    Default Re: Libre Office

    Select all cells then "Data" " Sort" and on the Sort Critera" tab choose column B and descending.

    If your columns have titles tick the box on the "options" tab before choosing your column and clicking OK

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrickyDicky View Post
    Select all cells then "Data" " Sort" and on the Sort Critera" tab choose column B and descending.

    If your columns have titles tick the box on the "options" tab before choosing your column and clicking OK
    Perfect thank you

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