More on my erroneous spreadsheet. I see what's going on, if not why.
I've removed rows and columns, so my spreadsheet is now
Looking in the content.xml file, cell C1 contains the following:
The office:value="0" is what is displayed when the spreadsheet is
loaded, while <text:p>0 seems to be ignored. (To show this, I extracted
content.xml, hand-edited these to be 999 and 888, and put the file back
in the archive, then reopened with Calc. C1 displayed 999)
I have no idea why there should be any values stored in this way -
should a spreadsheet not populate itself by calculating when loaded?
Presumably the behaviours of 188.8.131.52 and older versions differ in this
regard, 184.108.40.206 presumably taking on trust the stored values.
Could someone running a later version check this out please?
It still leaves the question of how the erroneous '0' came to be stored
in the first place: it looks as though the stored values are supposed to
be the value calculated (3352), storage of which for some reason went
Mike Scott (unet2 <at> [deletethis] scottsonline.org.uk)
Harlow Essex England
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