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Hi!  This is my first time posting to the mailing list.  :)

A client of mine is in need of editing some Excel spreadsheets on her
shiny new Windows 8 system.  I installed LibreOffice 4.1.3 and it mostly
works but she's not able to do some of the things she used to do with MS
Excel 2000.

Primarily, she wants to be able to change the color of hyperlinks of
email addresses.  In MS Excel 2000, she could simply select the column
of email addresses and change the color to black or any other color and
the color of the links changes.

In Calc, we select the column of email address and change the text color
to black and the hyperlinks remain blue.  I did some web searching and
found I needed to edit the hyperlink style, but that appears to be only
for cells that use the "HYPERLINK" formula (if that's what it's called)
and not on cells that have email addresses listed that aren't using
"HYPERLINK" syntax.  I have a test Excel spreadsheet (generated with MS
Excel 2000) I can send, if necessary.

Any ideas on how I can get the color of the email address links to
change color? She would like to preserve the links, in the spreadsheet,
as she'll occasionally click them to send messages from Mozilla Thunderbird.

Also, is it possible to adjust the thickness of grid lines shown in a
spreadsheet, if we enable display of grid lines?

Thanks in advance!



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