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"Philip" == Philip Jackson <> writes:

Hi Philip

   > Hi Uwe,

   > Regardless of the version of calc you are using, you can change the
   > decimal indicator.  In the spreadsheet, select the cells concerned and
   > then  Format > Cells > Numbers and select Language to Spanish (Spain)
   > and your numbers will go from 3.4 to 3,4

I tried that but I am not entirely sure it worked flawlessly. It seems
however that the xlsx format (at least for simple spreadsheets)
translate well the different formats.

Uwe Brauer 

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