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On 2/19/21 5:43 AM, Thomas Blasejewicz wrote:
In my line of work (translator) I often forced to use MS Office files.
Right now I am working with an Excel worksheet.
I am not allowed to change file name, format or anything else am only
supposed to enter
the German translation of a Japanese text into the designated columns.
Fine so far.
The original file is so formatted that there are font settings for
English and Japanese.
When I work at home (right now) I select the relevant columns and
change the language setting to German.
But when I go to my little work place and open the same file there,
the language in those columns is back to English.
I changed it in my office to German again, but once I am home and
start working here, it is back to English again.
Is there a way to tell Excel files to use a specific language AND STAY
It would reduce unnecessary stress significantly.
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