Brian and Johnny,
On 2022-05-01 08:50, Brian Barker wrote, and
On 2022-05-01 10:52, Johnny Rosenberg wrote:
Den sön 1 maj 2022 kl 14:46 skrev John Kaufmann:
... or any other quantity raised to any other power. Of course this is
silly in a spreadsheet, where one wants to identify a measurement.
"m" is OK, but "m^2" gets auto-'corrected' to "M^2". Likewise "Cm^2",
"In^2", "Ft^2", "Inch^2", and so forth.
It's embarrassing that I don't see how to turn off this behavior.
Tools → Options for Auto-correction… → Click the Options tab → ☐ Start
every sentence with a capital letter
I /thought/ I had done that (hence the embarrassment). Now I find that I had clicked the box above
(so the embarrassment is compounded).
[The things one does in the wee hours of the morning ...]
You can also just type m², then you don't need to change any settings. And
it looks better.
I never thought about that! For decades, through many spreadsheet programs, my habit has been to
treat text cells like formula cells. For me, learning that it's not necessary represents a
conceptual leap. ;-) Thanks.
Every day is a school day. Thanks again to both of you,
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