How can this be accomplished with LO 188.8.131.52?
Cell B1 should be protected UNLESS the leftmost two characters in A1 are "0/"
The sheet is protected. A1 is unprotected. B1 is normally protected. I unsuccessfully tried this
conditional formatting in B1:
Condition: Formula is LEFT(A1,2)="0/"
Custom style "Unprotected" (based on style "Default" with "Protection|Protected" unchecked.
Other style attributes work just fine. I only have trouble with protection.
By the way, I really like the relatively new conditional formatting interface. Creating new styles
on the fly is a breeze. I am using five conditions (six styles including the default) in some
cells. I don't know what the limit is now. I know the old limit was three.
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