The following file formats have feature and formatting differences as described.
This file format (.prn) saves only the text and values as they are displayed in cells of the active worksheet.
If a row of cells contains more than 240 characters, any characters beyond 240 wrap to a new line at the end of the converted file.
For example, if rows 1 through 10 each contain more than 240 characters, the remaining text in row 1 is placed in row 11, the remaining text in row 2 is placed in row 12, and so on.
Any ideas on how to force the screen to refresh/update for the conditional formatting? If the two scores are the same (ie a tie) then each team cells becomes black and bold.The only thing that makes the conditional formatting refresh is to edit two other cells (one is not sufficient), or to press F2-Enter in cell F7./Claus I am having a similar problem with the Conditional Formatting disappearing.Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site.If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site. I need to sum the time of all long distance phone calls (which are all in a single column).When I use the Sum function and specify the range of cells with time, it shows (I have formatted the cell containing the sum as [h]mm:ss).Columns of data are separated by commas, and each row of data ends in a carriage return.If cells display formulas instead of formula values, the formulas are converted as text.The workbook format introduced in Excel 2007 preserves all worksheet and chart data, formatting, and other features available in earlier Excel versions, and the Macro-Enabled Workbook format (.xlsm) preserves macros and macro sheets in addition to those features.If you frequently share workbook data with people who use an earlier version of Excel, you can work in Compatibility Mode to prevent the loss of data and fidelity when the workbook is opened in the earlier version of Excel, or you can use converters that help you transition the data.