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Badunit replied to Show Formulas

"I, too, have found that you cannot convert formulas to text like we did in Numbers '09."

in Numbers for Mac 2 replies
1 hour ago
Badunit replied to sorting is not working

"You will run into this with formulas.   Lets say you have a table with a column of data B1 = 1 B2 = 3 B3 = 2   And you have a table wit"

in Numbers for Mac 3 replies
1 hour ago
Badunit replied to I loaded an Excel spreadsheet into Numbers successfully except that blank fields used in numerical formulas result in a red triangle, not a numerical result as in Excel.  Other than filling in zeroes in all the blank fields, how do I get around this?

"Two additional thoughts,   If there are no formulas or text in those cells, you could try selctin g the cell and hitting Delete to see if t"

in Numbers for Mac 6 replies
2 hours ago
Badunit replied to I loaded an Excel spreadsheet into Numbers successfully except that blank fields used in numerical formulas result in a red triangle, not a numerical result as in Excel.  Other than filling in zeroes in all the blank fields, how do I get around this?

"An example:   Cell B2 formatted as automatic Cell B2 has the formula ="" Cell C2 has the formula =B2+1 Error in Cell C2 is The operator"

in Numbers for Mac 6 replies
2 hours ago
Badunit asked Previous Screens

"With the latest version(s) of iOS, when you open an app such as Safari it will flash an image of the screen from the last time it was opened"

in Using iPad 0 bookmarks
1 day ago
Badunit replied to Work around for Excel's array formulae?

"And, of course, spell check gets me again.  It was "tried three times"."

in Numbers for Mac 6 replies
2 days ago
Badunit replied to Work around for Excel's array formulae?

"I hope this post makes it. I have ride three times already.   If you do a LOOKUP for "x" in a column of x's, it will find the lowest one. "

in Numbers for Mac 6 replies
2 days ago
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