Spreadsheets have for as long as I remember always had thousands of blank rows. Maybe this iSpreadsheet started in a new way where you only have the rows you add and later had to reverse course on this idea because it was so different than current spreadsheets.
It's not as if you have to print 1000 rows. All the spreadsheets let us set the print range.
Then we have the issue of cost, choice, etc. For me I'd get LibreOffice for Mac. https://www.google.com/search?client=opera&q=libreoffice+for+ma
I just have this Ispreadsheet on my iPad. In principle it’s all I need. Main use is around this time of year for preparing my tax statements and reviewing finances and accounts. Basically just keeping things in a table plus being able to add a column from e.g. items 3 to 24 etc. is handy.
(Now they are at me for an upgrade, it costs very little but what the upgrade will give me I don’t think I need, plus I’ve read that it is worse than useless, that one is better off without it. On the other hand I judge that switching to some other app e.g. to run on my Mac is not worth the hassle. I want to do my taxes right now!). Now the question:
I just want to take over last year’s table, which has all the information about the account numbers et cetera that I don’t want to list all over again from scratch. Somehow the document has expanded so that instead of about 40 rows It has about 1000, all those after row 45 are empty. Instructions tell me how to delete a row, but not how to delete a block. I couldn’t find any online help forum for this app, so I wondered if anyone here knew,p?