When I changed the cell format from text to number, sum function was not working on those cells (even they were numbers). It is because all numbers get a hidden ' character.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Write numbers to A1:A5 (cell format is number) A6 Sum(A1:A5)
2. Change the cell format of A2:A5 to text. (Sum function is still works well.)
3. Change the text format to "@ XY" (Sum function is not working any more. Still ok.)
4. Change back the text format to "@". (Sum function should work, but it is not.)
5. Change the cell format back to number. (Sum function should work, but it is not.) The numbers get an ' sign into the first character. (It is hidden until you click in the cell, and watch the above line.) Sum function still not working.
6. I have to delete the added caracter from each cell.
The problem is reproduced.
Sum the numbers of the cells.
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OpenGL enabled: Yes
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cell format after step 3
i can not confirm the described behaviour:
changing the cell format from number to text will
only align the cell value's to left.
(In reply to Daniel Szabo from comment #0)
> 3. Change the text format to "@ XY" (Sum function is not
> working any more. Still ok.)
one has to reenter the values after changing cell format to text
to get the described behaviuor.
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