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asked 2012-03-07 18:00:37 +0200
Open LibreOffice type into cells: A1: Customer No A2: '010 --> notice I have put the ' character to make it display like text A3: '100 B1: Sells Quantity B2: 1000 B3: 1100
Mark cells from A1 to B3.
Is this a bug? Can I overcome this settings?
LibreOffice 3.5.0 on Windows XP.
answered 2013-02-16 02:27:56 +0200qubit
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Yes, it is a bug. LibreOffice should not identify as a value if you added the text identifier (')
I think you can't overcome this problem but you could add a symbol e.g. '#010 and '#100 to force it to do what you want ;)
answered 2012-03-08 00:47:59 +0200jofilho
I'm working with LO 3.4 under linux (fedora) and this problem doesn't occur here. However, in your case, I think you can try to configure the cells format as 000.But to use this solution you will need to delete the text indentifier ('), ok?
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