Sorry about that. I had not thought about the commands being slightly
different on a Mac but the link should have worked. It should have been
clickable. You are not the first to have had troubles with it though.
Are you able to do a google search (or similar) to find "LibreOffice
Publications". That tends to be a good way to get to our wiki. Then on the
wiki in the top right corner is a search box to look-up "User Profile".
It's not swapping MM/DD/YYYY to DD/MM/YYYY is it because the year number is
changing too. Are the dates aligned to the left of the cell (like text) or
to the right (like numbers)? I take it you have tried creating 2 new files
and keying in a few dates and then copying those to the other new file? You
stated all other combinations except for that one and i don't know if that
was me just not noticing (again).
Apols and regards from
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