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------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2002-08-01 08:22 -------
I think what I've observed is that Excel 2000 treats fields like 
<ber>
as normal text, but if there's a Trademark in there, excel changes from 8 to 
the 16 bit flag, so 
<ber>
would be treated as 16 bit.

Whereas HSSF reads both <ber>(Excel 8 bit) and <ber>(Excel 16 bit) as 16 bit 
fields, and so it reads out a REALLY big value for the  in <ber>(Excel 8 bit).

Correct?

/Tom

PS. hope HTML can show ""...if not, then it's supposed to be a trademark(ascii 
0153).

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