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Working With Excel Spreadsheets

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10-15-2001 03:07 AM
When trying to redline formated spreadsheets in Excel many times gibberish appears. As a minimum all formatting disappears which makes it hard to follow. Is there a way to not loose the formatting?

Also if you try to print the spreadsheet many pages are generated because you can't set the print area. Is there a way to do that from within buzzsaw or do you have to download the document first?

Thanks
John_M
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Re: Working With Excel Spreadsheets

10-23-2001 05:43 AM in reply to: John_M
What you are referring to is the browser control
for Excel files that comes with Internet Explorer -- not ProjectPoint. I know it
looks like ProjectPoint is showing you the spreadsheet, but it's really Internet
Explorer. The browser control does not have all of the power of Excel. If you
want to really use Excel, then you can download the file first.


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When
trying to redline formated spreadsheets in Excel many times gibberish appears.
As a minimum all formatting disappears which makes it hard to follow. Is there
a way to not loose the formatting?

Also if you try to print the spreadsheet many pages are generated because
you can't set the print area. Is there a way to do that from within buzzsaw or
do you have to download the document first?

Thanks
John_M

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