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Good morning
I have to work (translation) on an Excel file with two columns> Japanese and an empty column where German has to be placed. "Naturally" (translation agencies just don't get it), everything is formated for Japanese.

To make my work easier, I format the "German" column to have a different font + language AND word wrapping.

I do my work and save the file to "SpiderOak" (something like Dropbox).
HOWEVER, when I go home (or the next day back to the office) to use a different computer, all that formatting is gone.

I do not believe, this has happened to any other file I have used in the past.

Is there somewhere a setting, that tells the computer NOT to remember my formatting?
It is not a major problem ... but bothersome.

Thank you

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