At 18:21 30/05/2013 -0700, Girvin R. Herr wrote:
... Calc keeps changing the 1st character of a filename in a text
cell to upper case.
... the autoformat option in the Format menu is grayed out no matter
what I do.
... the autoformat option is the same - grayed out!
No-one seems to have answered the question in your Subject header:
"What happened to autoformat option?" The answer is that it is
probably alive and well and fulfilling its proper purpose - which is
to apply cell formats quickly to a table of cells. It makes no sense
for a single cell: that is why it is greyed out. Since it seems to
expect column and row headings as well as a line of totals in each
direction, a minimum of a three-by-three cell range appears to be
appropriate. If you select such a cell range, the AutoFormat menu
item will leap into black and white.
... since I usually turn off all autoformatting.
That would be AutoCorrection.
I trust this helps.
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