Am 16.03.2012 16:31, Tinkerer wrote:
Showing the apostrophe in front of a number is a great help.
If I total a column it immediately tells me which numbers are included in
the total and, more important, which numbers are not.
Real text does not need the apostrophe.
And it still does the same with numbers and formulas.
menu:View>Highlight Values [Ctrl+F8] gives a more clear indication since
you see all text in black and numbers in blue.
In addition, all text is left bound unless you format your sheet to
death (by centered orientation for instance),
The problem is that you could use the apostrophe with any type of input.
With text it supressed auto-completion and auto-correction.
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