I had a troubling experience that I want to share.
Cut & Paste from a range of cells on one sheet (e.g. Sheet4.A1:AL418) to a location on another
sheet (e.g. Sheet2.XA1) leaves formulas that reference a range of cells (e.g. Sheet4.P$3:P$1230)
that is partially but not entirely within the Cut range as they were with no warning. This action
left me scratching my head for a while. The examples are from real life.
The desirable action would be to issue a warning but I doubt that would be practical. In this case
there were something in the vicinity of 16000 formulas that failed to get converted. Thank goodness
for the ability to undo multiple steps.
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