I am using LibreOffice 220.127.116.11 on Windows 10 / 7 / Linux Mint
I do have a file with about 20 sheets, containing patient data - using
both English and Japanese.
Naturally there are ordinary numbers like age (50 etc.), but there are
also dates like first visit etc.
I would like to apply the same style to every sheet.
Japanese font = xxx / size = xxx
English font = xxx / size = xxx
I think I managed to set that up in my cell style "clinic".
However, numbers I can set ONLY to "Date", in which case "50" suddenly
turns into some incomprehensible figure,
or to "Numbers", in which case then the date is converted into a number
that does not make any sense to me (although by now I know, there is a
rationale behind that number).
Is there a way to set up a cell style (page styles do not have any
settings for numbers, fonts etc.) that can handle BOTH standard numbers
Or do I have to format every single column in every single sheet by hand?
Thank you for your help.
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