At 11:02 07/08/2020 -0400, Vince Bonly wrote:
On 8/4/2020 2:52 PM, Robert Großkopf wrote:
The data are part of the database. This is
good. But the format of the table is the problem.
Open the table and mark the whole content
(Click with the mouse left beside the first
fieldname). Then right mousclick | Tableformat.
You could choose the color for the font there.
Best choice would be "automatic" or "black".
I am having the same type of problem with
another Calc sheet conversion to a Base table.
This time, data within each field have an
underline present. How do I remove the
underscores/underlining? The Font Effects | Text
Description | Underling: control box option
indicates "(Without)", but after clicking OK
button, nothing happens. What am I missing here?
As I suggested earlier, some aspects of
formatting of some parts of the column headings
in a spreadsheet are carried over - perhaps
unhelpfully - not into the relevant field names
but instead *all* the records copied. My previous
solution will work: apply default formatting to
the column heading row in your spreadsheet before
copying the data. You can easily undo such a
change in your spreadsheet if you wish.
A workaround may be to use Table Format... to
change the Underlining style to something other
than "(Without)" and then back again.
I trust this helps.
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