I can replace a formula in one cell by its calculated value by selecting the cell, hitting F2 then F9 and Enter.
When I want to do this for every cells in a column, and height of that column == N, then the repeating of this job N times is not happy for me.
Is that way to do this for an entire column at once?
1 A =CONCATENATE("something1","something2";) B =CONCATENATE("something3","something4";) ... n =CONCATENATE("somethingN","somethingN+1";)
1 A something1something2 B something3something4 ... n somethingNsomethingN+1
This question sounds as if it would fit better on SuperUser.com.
According to https://forum.openoffice.org/en/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=28242 you can Copy the column to the clibboard, then use Edit / Paste Special with Formulas unchecked and Values checked. However that answer is from March 2010, and I now (June 2017, Libre Office 5.2) see no Values in the dialogue.
According to https://forum.openoffice.org/en/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=44313 (from 2011) you should keep Numbers checked.
I did it in LibreOffice 5.2 with Formulas unchecked and Numbers, Text and Date/Time checked (after all, what if the result is not a number?) and it worked in my particular case.