Am 18.05.2015 um 17:50 schrieb hw:
I don't understand why or how this is complicated. When I make a
general/global setting amongst others, I simply expect this setting to
be in effect regardless which document I open.
All of Calc's general settings are stored globally.
All calculation settings are stored in the ODF spreadsheet. Excel does
not have any such setting so neither your Perl script nor MS Excel can
store any such setting anywhere when using Excel file formats.
The default setting for foreign file formats is case-insensitive since
this is what spreadsheets use to be since 30 years.
All Excel support forums recommend the EXACT function for case sensitive
string comparison. It is very easy to write EXACT(A1,A2) instead of
A1=A2 which works with all supported spreadsheet formats.
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