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No. It's decidedly not something wrong about Calc. An e-mail message body cannot get formatting beyond what HTML has to offer, and HTML, as far as I know, doesn't cater for conditional formatting. Send the file as an attachment and the recipient will be able to view all you put into it.

No. It's decidedly not something wrong about Calc. An e-mail message body cannot get formatting beyond what HTML has to offer, and HTML, as far as I know, doesn't cater for conditional formatting. Send the file as an attachment and the recipient will be able to view all you put into it.

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After a lot of tinkering about with this I found that conditional formatting based on the cell values can be copy/pasted to the Thunderbird mail editor, but conditional formatting based on the formula MOD(ROW();2)=0, or something like that, can't. The only thing that seems to work is to first copy to a Writer document, then copy the pasted copy and paste that into the mail editor.