The standard toolbar is shown in Figure 4-34.
The Standard Toolbar gives the user access to file operations, printing, movement of data blocks, the undo system, and to some of the powerful tools like the function creator and the graphing system.
Create a new file.
Open an existing file.
Save the current worksheet to disk.
Print the current worksheet or workbook to a file or a printer.
Display a print preview of the current worksheet.
Copy the cells in the current selection to the clipboard buffer and mark them to be deleted from the current position. The cells will only be removed if they are pasted into a new position.
Copy the cells in the current selection to the clipboard buffer.
Paste the contents of the clipboard buffer into the active cell.
Undoes the last operation undertaken.
This is the reverse of the undo operation, restoring its original state.
This button opens a dialog to allow the user to define a hyperlink either internally within the spreadsheet or to an external resource such as a web page.
Starts a simple sum formula in the selected cell with Gnumeric simply waiting for a selection to be made to complete the sum. The user selects the destination cell, pushes this button, enters the range to be summed and pushes the confirm button (green arrow) in the data entry area or types the Return key.
This button will start a formula in the current cell using the function druid.
Sorts the selected region in ascending order based on the first column selected.
Sorts the selected region in descending order based on the first column selected.
This button calls the graph druid to create a graph.
The zoom button allows the users to trade-off the extent of the worksheet which is visible against the size of the visible text and cells.