[access-uk] Re: Excel question

Catherine

this is to do with the cell format.

In the cell in question, press:
ctrl+1
this opens the format environment.
press tab
you will probably hear 'general' spoken.
Cursor down till you hear 'date' - this may be preceded by an example.
Tab again
if you now cursor up and down you will hear the different formats of
date spoken.

HTH

David

In message <JEEFIJANMBCMGKOAJIPHMEJOIAAB.catherineturner2000@xxxxxxxxxxx
>, Catherine Turner <catherineturner2000@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes
>Hi,
>
>In an excel sheet someone's given me one of the cells has Dec-04 written it.
>I wanted to edit it so I pressed f2, but then it says 01/12/04.  How come it
>says Dec-04 when just moving through the columns but when I press f2 it says
>01/12/04?
>
>Catherine
>
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