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[libreoffice-users] Re: How to actually find something with Find in Calc?


drew-gmail wrote
> Well, just to be clear - tried this with the example spreadsheet here with
> version 6.0.7 and 5.4.7 and using FIND does not do what the original
> poster
> is looking for. It seems the only way to find all of those values is by
> using FIND & REPLACE.
>
> Now I'm not sure what 'FORMATTED DISPLAY' actually does.

Hmm, that's weird because it works on Windows builds (6.1.4.2 and current
6.3.0 master)--finding against values, not formulas--when "Formatted
Display" is checked enabled.

OS dependent somehow?



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