Le 10/01/2018 à 11:51, ptoye a écrit :
I have a spreadsheet with some cells with conditional formatting applied.
Unfortunately I don't know what formula or style was used. I tried the
Format | Condition | Edit option but all I got was this:
The condition certainly isn't an equality, and the style certainly isn't
"default", so it's not showing me what's actually there.
What is your version of LibreOffice? In current versions you can get an
overview of all conditional formattings whit menu Format > Conditional
Formatting > Manage...
Is there any way of finding out what format's been applied? The help file
directs me to a non-existent menu item (sent to Bugzilla).
What is the bug number ?
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