Result: 2 (This is fault!)
The correct result: 3 (F10+F11+F18=3)
When I updated the to the 6.0 version, the borders some of it is unseen and it is not possible to repair it.
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(In reply to miklos.jonas.2013 from comment #0)
> 1. problem:
> Formula: =SZUM(F7:F32)
> Result: 2 (This is fault!)
> The correct result: 3 (F10+F11+F18=3)
No. The data in F11 isn't a number; it's just a text. Most possibly you had used wrong decimal separator when entered it. So, it isn't used in SUM.
At opening the file F11 seems has text, that's why it's not summed, SUM() doesn't sum text cells, numbers as text are only treated as numbers with a direct reference to the cell not with a range reference.
After a hard recalc [Shif+Ctrl+F9] works fine, and F11 became a number.
With the option Menu/Tools/Options/LibreOffice calc/Formula/Recalculation on file load, as 'Excel 2077 and newer' - 'Always recalculate', opens with right format and sum value.
It doesn't happen with:
Version 188.8.131.52 (Build ID: e183d5b)
Version 184.108.40.206 (Build ID: 2e2573268451a50806fcd60ae2d9fe01dd0ce24)
(In reply to m.a.riosv from comment #3)
Yes - the F11 cell does contain a formula, and current values in referenced cells must give a numerical values.
Still the OOXML has this for the F11:
> <c r="F11" s="25" t="str">
> <f aca="false">IF((C11&D11)="","",(D11-C11-7))</f><v>1.00</v>
where the 't="str"' part makes it a textual cell. On opening the file, unless a recalc is required (either way mentioned by m.a.riosv), cached values are used (which is OK).
However, the question is, from where and how the cell was marked as text originally. Maybe that's the real bug, but the document doesn't give a way to see that. Maybe there's some original document, and steps to reproduce it?
c11 and e2 have faulty entry's, then everything is working
in c11 type 7 and enter the calculation in F11 give me 3,00
but i get a value error
in e2 shows 11.70 but retyping the formula shows me 11,70
and so the value error is gone
(In reply to Mike Kaganski from comment #4)
> Maybe there's some original document, and steps to reproduce it?
Miklos: can you answer this / provide an original document?
(In reply to Buovjaga from comment #6)
> (In reply to Mike Kaganski from comment #4)
> > Maybe there's some original document, and steps to reproduce it?
> Miklos: can you answer this / provide an original document?
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