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I'm running Xubuntu 12.04, LO

The pasted cell has the right format, but when I entered a 0 (zero) in
the old cell (that was cut), it shows as 0, not $0.00, and the format
shows as "Numbers" instead of "Currency."

It happened over and over, even after I did several row cell re-formattings.

I did not try doing copy, paste and reset, but I wouldn't expect that
to be a problem.  I'm guessing that the cut (^X) removes the
formatting or resets it to the default.

Strictly speaking, I used ^X to cut the cells and <return> to paste
them (not ^V). Don't know if that makes a difference.

I can produce a series of screen captures if that will help - it
happens every time.

Maybe it's not a problem on Windows (uh-oh...).

On Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 4:36 PM, Michael Manning
<> wrote:
Hi Tom,
In my setup, I was unable to recreate the issue being experienced by  <>
Copying the currency-formatted cell to another cell copied both the value
and the formatting.  The old cell retained its formatting as well.

Not sure why  <> was experiencing this issue but it is
not reproducible in my system.



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