LibreOffice Calc tutorial, formulas and functions


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Sum, average and count are some of the most commonly used functions in LibreOffice Calc. They allow you to perform basic calculations on a range of cells or a single cell. Here is how to use them:

– To use the sum function, type =SUM( followed by the range of cells you want to add up, such as A1:A10, and then close the parenthesis. Press Enter to get the result. Alternatively, you can use the AutoSum button on the toolbar to automatically insert the sum function for the selected cells.
– To use the average function, type =AVERAGE( followed by the range of cells you want to calculate the average of, such as B1:B10, and then close the parenthesis. Press Enter to get the result. The average function ignores empty cells and text values in the range.
– To use the count function, type =COUNT( followed by the range of cells you want to count, such as C1:C10, and then close the parenthesis. Press Enter to get the result. The count function only counts cells that contain numbers, not text or blank cells.

You can also combine these functions with other operators and functions to create more complex formulas. For example, you can use =SUM(A1:A10)/COUNT(A1:A10) to get the same result as =AVERAGE(A1:A10). `
To create a chart in LibreOffice Calc, you need to follow these steps:

1. Select the data range that you want to use for the chart. You can select multiple cells by dragging the mouse over them, or by holding down the Ctrl key and clicking on each cell individually.
2. Click on the Insert tab and choose Chart from the menu. A Chart Wizard will appear, where you can choose the type, style, and layout of your chart.
3. On the first page of the Chart Wizard, you can select the chart type (such as column, line, pie, etc.) and the subtype (such as 2D, 3D, stacked, etc.). You can also preview how your chart will look like with the selected options.
4. On the second page of the Chart Wizard, you can specify the data range and the series for your chart. You can also choose whether to include row or column labels, and whether to use the first row or column as labels.
5. On the third page of the Chart Wizard, you can customize the elements of your chart, such as the title, legend, axes, gridlines, etc. You can also change the font, colour, and size of these elements.
6. On the fourth page of the Chart Wizard, you can choose where to place your chart: either on a new sheet or as an object on the current sheet. You can also adjust the size and position of your chart by dragging the handles on its edges.
7. Click on Finish to create your chart. You can still modify your chart later by double-clicking on it or by using the toolbar buttons.
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