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On 2014-03-17 21:19, Ernest Karlsson wrote:

We run Ubuntu at our school, Mellansels Folk High School, but our principal
creates lots of excel files that need to work in both environments. Our
time reporting file stopped working in the 4.0> LO update. We were unable
to figure out were the problem was. The problem arises after the first date
is inserted and it seems as if the formula that checks for date repetitions
and long hours disappears in the column that handles this. I am no
spreadsheet guru and have no idea how to find the fault. The thing that
surprised me was that the error was err:508 which, as far as I can see,
means that a bracket is missing but as this file worked on version 3
without error I don't think that is where the problem lies.

The file is in Swedish but I believe that the formulas will be in English
on a English system. To unlock the hidden columns and rows use the
password: Mellansel (I have permission to pass this on)

I hope you can assist me.



This opens in my LO 3 without an error, but I have no idea where to start to enter some data to get the sheet to the condition you obtain an error. The sheet seems to need some values in A16 and C16 which are empty (both 0) by default.

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