Please advise which LO version you are using and your OS. This will help
us determine if the problem is a know issue with a specific version of
LO or with a particular OS.
For your problem, I was able to replicate the behavior in LO 3.4.4 and
try the following:
I am validating that the data is actually a number (isnumber(cell) =
true) and using either the value in the cell if true or 0 if it is not a
number. Without redesigning your entire spreadsheet this may be the
simplest way to fix your problem.
On 01/01/2012 12:23 PM, Toni & Chris PC4 wrote:
I use this formula in calc on a large forecast spreadsheet
There has to be some cells with text but the text is not being ignored
When it gets to a row with text in a cell it shows #VALUE!
I have searched and =sum is supposed to fix this ??
Can you help.
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