On 2015/10/02 20:12, Michael D. Setzer II wrote:
Wonderful. And HOW do I tell Calc (AND remember that setting!) that
entering simply "33" in a cell is NOT a date???
As I said: I tried to set numbers to standard and date to "1999/01/10"
I am thinking the cell is formated to a date format.
That number 0 is referenced to 1899-12-30, so when changed to dates 0 to
33 show these numbers. Interestingly, excel uses a simpler date, but last
time I checked it didn't work with negative numbers, but calc does??
The page style I tried to create allows ONLY one OR the other ...
I do not understand, why it has to convert all those simple numbers to
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