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the columns in my work book run right to left i.e ....gfedcba instead of
abcdefg....
Its as though it is set for a Hebrew or Arab writer. I have tried changing
language settings to no avail. Can someone help me.

please mail your answer to alfred.mutungi"watotochurch.com

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Hi Alfred

XL2003
ToolsOptionsInternationalDefault DirectionLeft to Right
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Regards
Roger Govier

Alfred wrote:
the columns in my work book run right to left i.e ....gfedcba instead of
abcdefg....
Its as though it is set for a Hebrew or Arab writer. I have tried changing
language settings to no avail. Can someone help me.

please mail your answer to alfred.mutungi"watotochurch.com

Thanks



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