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This formula works where A3 is the cell which contains the search string and "Example Semester::A3:A4" is the range to search. IF(IFERROR(MATCH(A3,Example Semester::A3:A4,0),FALSE),"YES","NO")


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Unfortunately, Apple's Numbers has never had page breaks. Here is a solution created from Yellowbox on the Apple's Community forum: https://discussions.apple.com/docs/DOC-7101. Here is also a answer from Ian, also on Apple's forums-- "Numbers has never had Page Breaks. If you are using Numbers '09 it has Show Print View which is useful for arranging (...


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In Numbers '09 (version 2.3) there is much easier way. Select all of the cells that you which to remove hyperlinks from, im my case Command+A to select everything. Then open your Inspector. In the second tab from the far right called "hyperlink", at the bottom there is a checkbox called "Make all hyperlinks inactive". That's it! I hope this is helpful as I'...


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You need to update the table style so that your changes persist for new cells. Make the changes to the formatting of the table as you wish, then select the dropdown triangle for the currently selected table style and choose Redefine Style from Table (Numbers '09).                               In more recent versions of Numbers, simply click the blue ...



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