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Turns out there's an even simpler way to do this. Just go to Edit -> Substitutions and uncheck SmartLinks. Problem solved. (FYI, works the same in Pages as well).


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You can save it anywhere you want. Just do Command-S or go to File --> Save and it will bring up a dialog box. You can use the default location or any other folder/location you want. You can even save it to your iCloud account from the same dialog. See the image below.


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Changing the formula to =D1/24*8 does the trick.


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Yes you can do it, Thanks to this post https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6894760 I found SGIII's answer which explains how to solve it: The first step is to put the "Copy Style" and "Paste Style" buttons in the toolbar (right click over the toolbar and personalize it) Now you can: Add the new value(s) to your source column Select the values in the ...


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Tap on the table, tap paint brush, tap Table, tap Table Options, Grid Options, switch off 'Horizontal Lines and Vertical Lines'


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I was able to resolve this issue by opening the file in Numbers for iOS (synced via iCloud) and making some modifications. The updated version then opened correctly on my Mac.


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Your best bet is to report a bug in Apple Numbers using this form: http://www.apple.com/feedback/numbers.html Be sure to include the exact version of Numbers you're running as well as the complete crash log, or at least this part of the stack trace: Thread 0 Crashed:: Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread 0 com.apple.iWork.Numbers ...


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By far the best answer was posted by Stephan Côte back on Dec 22, 2015. Like Stephan it took me a while using trial and error method as the meaning of the term "Set Default Border" was not intuitively obvious. Just be aware that this is how to remove a border of a specific cell or a range of cells. If you want to remove all of the outlines in a table then ...


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I found this page to be helpful - I had wanted to color the bars for control cases differently than the normal ones.


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Alternatively you can use Open Office Base which runs on Mac, Windows and Linux. This does support mysql, and this is what I use to store data and retrieve data from my MySql server.


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Found a way. Select the column Deselect the header row (Cmd click on the header row cell) Table Menu > Autofill Cells > Autofill Down This will ​not​ infer a pattern. (ex 1,2,3 it will just copy down 1,1,1) If you’re expect it to interpolate, you have to click-drag. It will fill down formulas and they will be correct.


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Use the GoTo command to go to the cell in row 20,000, in the same column that has the data in the top rows. Select from the current cell upwards (in Windows this is Ctrl-Shift-up arrow, don't know about Mac). Then use the Fill down command in the ribbon.



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