Re: kspread parse error
Geoff Sullivan wrote:
> Next I tried figuring out the internal value of a minute as you did. I
> entered =TIMEVALUE("00:01:00") into a cell and expected to get some
> value. Instead I get #Parse! error. WTF? I tried all kinds of values
> here and got the same error. This is Kspread from KDE 3.2.3. Do uou
> spose it's broken?[/color]
Could be. You can double-check the format that KSpread will expect the time
in by checking in Settings->Configure KSpread->Locale Parameters. What time
format shows in there for you?
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