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El 23/07/12 16:51, Dan escribió:
Guy Voets wrote:
Hi folks,

A LibO spreadsheet, made in LibO, Dutch version (no Excel or OOo past).

    - In LibO 3.5.5, I used to give in dates as 20-7 and they were
shown as
    20 Jul 12.
    - In LibO, if I enter 20-7, 20-7 is shown in the cell.

If I enter 20-7-12, the date is inverted into 12 Jul 2020.
So instead of entering 20-7, I now need to enter 12-7-20 to get the
notation 20 Jul 12.

Is this a new feature, or a bug?

      I just downloaded LO 3.6.2 and installed it. Then I opened Calc. I
also entered 20-7 in a cell and got 20-7. It seems that Calc considered
that to be text because the window to the right of the = was showing '20-7.
      Then I right clicked a column and formatted it using Dutch
(Netherlands) as the local. I also selected 31 dec 99 from the format
list. Then when I entered 20-7 I got 20 jul 2012. 14-7 gave me 14 jul 2012.
      It may be a new "feature" in that you have to format cells, rows,
or columns for the type of formatting you want in them.


And maybe is refined to be interpreted as date using the system separator, the same separator as in the date cell format.

In my Spanish Winx64Ult: /

If I enter: 20/7
I get: 20/07/12

If I enter: 20-7
I get: 20-7 (text)

Miguel Ángel

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