RE: [libreoffice-users] Does this file crash with the latest 3.6 beta?

2012-07-26 Thread V Stuart Foote
Andreas, No crash observed. Guess you'll stay the course a while longer... Results as opened in LO 3.6.0.2, on Windows 7, 64-bit. Days column were not rendered on the MediaFire file preview in IE9 or FF 14.0.1 DOB Years Months Days 01/02/1994 18 6 24

Re: [libreoffice-users] Bullets / Numbering in LO --- SOLVED!

2012-07-26 Thread George E Noon
All, I wish to say a sincere thank you to all who contributed suggestions to solving my dilemma. The below-quoted suggestion of Miroslaw Zalewski is the one that turned the trick for me. I went through all the others; some things were already as suggested, but when I implemented this one,

Re: [libreoffice-users] Bullets / Numbering in LO

2012-07-26 Thread George E Noon
Mirosław, thank you, your firs sited set of instructions sounds very promising I'll let you know of any success. --- Could not make myself wait until tomorrow - the suggestion of Tools | Auto Correct Options, etc., was just what was called for. Thank you so much, all who contributed.

Re: [libreoffice-users] Does this file crash with the latest 3.6 beta?

2012-07-26 Thread Jean-Baptiste Faure
Le 26/07/2012 06:26, Andreas Säger a écrit : Hi, The simple spreadsheet document http://www.mediafire.com/view/?1s1wui59p3p2oxz crashes with LO-Dev Beta 1 (Build ID: 1f1cdd8). I know there is a more recent build of 3.6 but 3.5 will be my last version of LibreOffice. If someone confirms the

Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: LibO 3.6.0.2 - Calc: date notation

2012-07-26 Thread Joep L. Blom
On 25-07-12 20:49, Johnny Rosenberg wrote: 2012/7/25 anne-ology lagin...@gmail.com: I resent the US way of ISO 8601. We Dutch and other Europeans use the more logical sequence of day-month-year instead of the illogical year-month-day.(most important first, least important last: very

Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: LibO 3.6.0.2 - Calc: date notation

2012-07-26 Thread Dries Feys
AFAIK, ISO 8601 is the Swedish notation. And in order of textual sorting, it is the far most logic notification. But I agree that mdy is far less logic than dmy or ymd. Met vriendelijke groeten, Cordialement, Regards, *DRIES FEYS* *CORPORATE SERVICES* • *Senior Software Engineer*

Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: LibO 3.6.0.2 - Calc: date notation

2012-07-26 Thread Ian Whitfield
On 07/26/2012 12:34 PM, Joep L. Blom wrote: Jonny, As I said before it's illogic. In my view in a date the least significant (fastest changing) part is the day so it's logical to put it in front. In the over 2000 years date notation systems are used all logical and illogical combinations have

Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: LibO 3.6.0.2 - Calc: date notation

2012-07-26 Thread T. R. Valentine
On 26 July 2012 05:34, Joep L. Blom jlb...@neuroweave.nl wrote: As I said before it's illogic. In my view in a date the least significant (fastest changing) part is the day so it's logical to put it in front. But that isn't how numbering works! Ten is represented as 10, not 01; one hundred is

[libreoffice-users] Re: Does this file crash with the latest 3.6 beta?

2012-07-26 Thread Andreas Säger
Am 26.07.2012 06:26, Andreas Säger wrote: Hi, The simple spreadsheet document http://www.mediafire.com/view/?1s1wui59p3p2oxz crashes with LO-Dev Beta 1 (Build ID: 1f1cdd8). I know there is a more recent build of 3.6 but 3.5 will be my last version of LibreOffice. If someone confirms the crash

Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: LibO 3.6.0.2 - Calc: date notation

2012-07-26 Thread Brian Barker
At 12:34 26/07/2012 +0200, Joep L. Blom wrote: In my view in a date the least significant (fastest changing) part is the day so it's logical to put it in front. In the over 2000 years date notation systems are used ... If you think it's logical to have the least significant part first,

Re: [libreoffice-users] Does this file crash with the latest 3.6 beta?

2012-07-26 Thread Regina Henschel
Hi Andreas, Andreas Säger schrieb: Hi, The simple spreadsheet document http://www.mediafire.com/view/?1s1wui59p3p2oxz crashes with LO-Dev Beta 1 (Build ID: 1f1cdd8). I know there is a more recent build of 3.6 but 3.5 will be my last version of LibreOffice. If someone confirms the crash with a

Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: LibO 3.6.0.2 - Calc: date notation

2012-07-26 Thread Andrew Brager
Hmmm... Year/Month/Day Drop the year for a moment and you have Month/Day: 7/26 Sounds almost... American style. ;-) On 7/26/2012 4:05 AM, Ian Whitfield wrote: (For clarity and ease of reading I always use the 3-Letter month abbreviation. So today is 2012 Jul 26!! Ian W Pretoria, South

Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: ISO

2012-07-26 Thread Lynne Stevens
omega The Omega sector America's Last Line of Defense *I am glad I live in Arizona we do not change the clocks back and forth as to this day light savings crap does not save jack-she-it ! ! You should get on your leaders to quit doing this crap of moving the clock 2 times a year

[libreoffice-users] I have a question on Libre - office Calc !

2012-07-26 Thread Lynne Stevens
omega The Omega sector America's Last Line of Defense *How do I use data base RA1 to check RE1 for duplicates ? * * * On 07/25/2012 06:54 PM, Dan wrote: Could you create and send me a presentation to my email address? 3-5 slides may be sufficient. I need to see what

[libreoffice-users] Re: Does this file crash with the latest 3.6 beta?

2012-07-26 Thread Andreas Säger
Am 26.07.2012 14:06, Regina Henschel wrote: Hi Andreas, Andreas Säger schrieb: Hi, The simple spreadsheet document http://www.mediafire.com/view/?1s1wui59p3p2oxz crashes with LO-Dev Beta 1 (Build ID: 1f1cdd8). I know there is a more recent build of 3.6 but 3.5 will be my last version of

Re: [libreoffice-users] Does this file crash with the latest 3.6 beta?

2012-07-26 Thread Jay Lozier
On 07/26/2012 08:06 AM, Regina Henschel wrote: Hi Andreas, Andreas Säger schrieb: Hi, The simple spreadsheet document http://www.mediafire.com/view/?1s1wui59p3p2oxz crashes with LO-Dev Beta 1 (Build ID: 1f1cdd8). I know there is a more recent build of 3.6 but 3.5 will be my last version of

[libreoffice-users] Re: Does this file crash with the latest 3.6 beta?

2012-07-26 Thread Andreas Säger
Am 26.07.2012 08:02, V Stuart Foote wrote: Andreas, No crash observed. Guess you'll stay the course a while longer... Results as opened in LO 3.6.0.2, on Windows 7, 64-bit. Days column were not rendered on the MediaFire file preview in IE9 or FF 14.0.1 DOB Years Months Days

Re: [libreoffice-users] Does this file crash with the latest 3.6 beta?

2012-07-26 Thread Dan
Andreas Säger wrote: Hi, The simple spreadsheet document http://www.mediafire.com/view/?1s1wui59p3p2oxz crashes with LO-Dev Beta 1 (Build ID: 1f1cdd8). I know there is a more recent build of 3.6 but 3.5 will be my last version of LibreOffice. If someone confirms the crash with a more recent

Re: [libreoffice-users] Does this file crash with the latest 3.6 beta?

2012-07-26 Thread Dan
Dan wrote: Andreas Säger wrote: Hi, The simple spreadsheet document http://www.mediafire.com/view/?1s1wui59p3p2oxz crashes with LO-Dev Beta 1 (Build ID: 1f1cdd8). I know there is a more recent build of 3.6 but 3.5 will be my last version of LibreOffice. If someone confirms the crash with a more

Re: [libreoffice-users] formatting

2012-07-26 Thread anne-ology
yes, Andrew, it works that way ... but I don't want to complete the PP then select the font-color; I want to see each slide finished before going on to the next one. With each font, the placement size changes, therefore by waiting until after the PP is

Re: [libreoffice-users] formatting

2012-07-26 Thread Dan
I'm sorry that I did not mention this earlier in this thread. The Impress Guide explains how to create a slide presentation with some detail. It is available for download at: http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Documentation/Publications --Dan anne-ology wrote: yes, Andrew, it

[libreoffice-users] I have a question on Libre - office Calc !

2012-07-26 Thread Lynne Stevens
omega The Omega sector America's Last Line of Defense *The second thing you do is to explain your problems with more details. What do you mean that you use data base RA1? ( RE0001 is a name of the file entire data base 126 columns long ) This is a cell, (cell ? I am dealing with

Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: LibO 3.6.0.2 - Calc: date notation

2012-07-26 Thread Don C. Myers
I'm in the US, but I save many files which I want to have in chronological order. I always use FileNameYearMonthDate, or Backup20120709.xxx . It is important that if the month or the date is a single digit, it be preceded with a 0 as shown above. Don On 07/26/2012 08:08 AM, Andrew Brager

Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: LibO 3.6.0.2 - Calc: date notation

2012-07-26 Thread Tom Davies
Hi :) WoooHooo, at last.  I thought i was mad thinking like that but at last someone else has actually said it.   Also was wondering about millenium meaning thousand but i can't think of the appropriate word that 'should' have been used instead.   Regards from Tom :)  --- On Thu, 26/7/12,

Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: Do You Share ODF Documents With MS OfficeUsers?

2012-07-26 Thread Tom Randall
Hi, absolutely agree about the hide extensions crap, this is indeed one of the first things I fix on any computer I am working on for anyone. I knew it went back a long way but pretty much the first version of windows I had a screen reader for was win98. It continues to be the same up through

Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: Do You Share ODF Documents With MS OfficeUsers?

2012-07-26 Thread Tom Davies
Hi :) Excellent name btw chap!  :)  I just let one of my users login as admin and she 'had to' change a file-name.  In Windows by default it includes the file-extension in the name when you try to rename files so she changed the pdf to something with no ending and then Windows couldn't find

Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: Do You Share ODF Documents With MS OfficeUsers?

2012-07-26 Thread Lynne Stevens
omega The Omega sector America's Last Line of Defense *you got a real ahumm computer helper there LMAO Just because you change a name of the file does not change the type of a file . . tell her to change it back to the .pdf and it will once again work ! . . . got to tell her it has