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Old May 13th 10, 02:32 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.customize
jwmtx
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Default Spread sheet numbering

I have made a spread sheet listing a number of items. Instead of starting at
#1 it starts at #6. I realise I did it, but how can I change the numbering so
it is numerically correct? I want it to start at #1. Thanks very much.
James
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Old May 13th 10, 02:38 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.customize
jwmtx
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Default Spread sheet numbering

Please excuse me. I forgot to tell you that I'm using Windows XP and
Microsoft works Suite 2003. I could not find a way to amend my post.

"jwmtx" wrote:

I have made a spread sheet listing a number of items. Instead of starting at
#1 it starts at #6. I realise I did it, but how can I change the numbering so
it is numerically correct? I want it to start at #1. Thanks very much.
James

  #3  
Old May 13th 10, 02:38 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.customize
jwmtx
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Posts: 33
Default Spread sheet numbering

Please excuse me. I forgot to tell you that I'm using Windows XP and
Microsoft works Suite 2003. I could not find a way to amend my post.

"jwmtx" wrote:

I have made a spread sheet listing a number of items. Instead of starting at
#1 it starts at #6. I realise I did it, but how can I change the numbering so
it is numerically correct? I want it to start at #1. Thanks very much.
James

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Old May 13th 10, 08:47 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.customize
Olorin
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Default Spread sheet numbering

Well, you're asking in completely the wrong group since your question
doesn't pertain to customising Windows XP - but have you tried typing a "1"
in the cell where it currently says "6"?

"jwmtx" wrote in message
...
Please excuse me. I forgot to tell you that I'm using Windows XP and
Microsoft works Suite 2003. I could not find a way to amend my post.

"jwmtx" wrote:

I have made a spread sheet listing a number of items. Instead of starting
at
#1 it starts at #6. I realise I did it, but how can I change the
numbering so
it is numerically correct? I want it to start at #1. Thanks very much.
James



  #5  
Old May 13th 10, 08:47 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.customize
Olorin
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Posts: 323
Default Spread sheet numbering

Well, you're asking in completely the wrong group since your question
doesn't pertain to customising Windows XP - but have you tried typing a "1"
in the cell where it currently says "6"?

"jwmtx" wrote in message
...
Please excuse me. I forgot to tell you that I'm using Windows XP and
Microsoft works Suite 2003. I could not find a way to amend my post.

"jwmtx" wrote:

I have made a spread sheet listing a number of items. Instead of starting
at
#1 it starts at #6. I realise I did it, but how can I change the
numbering so
it is numerically correct? I want it to start at #1. Thanks very much.
James



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Old May 16th 10, 03:22 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.customize
John Callaway
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Default Spread sheet numbering

use fill command

On Thu, 13 May 2010 08:47:04 +0100, "Olórin"
wrote:

Well, you're asking in completely the wrong group since your question
doesn't pertain to customising Windows XP - but have you tried typing a "1"
in the cell where it currently says "6"?

"jwmtx" wrote in message
...
Please excuse me. I forgot to tell you that I'm using Windows XP and
Microsoft works Suite 2003. I could not find a way to amend my post.

"jwmtx" wrote:nd

I have made a spread sheet listing a number of items. Instead of starting
at
#1 it starts at #6. I realise I did it, but how can I change the
numbering so
it is numerically correct? I want it to start at #1. Thanks very much.
James



  #7  
Old May 16th 10, 03:22 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.customize
John Callaway
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Posts: 85
Default Spread sheet numbering

use fill command

On Thu, 13 May 2010 08:47:04 +0100, "Olórin"
wrote:

Well, you're asking in completely the wrong group since your question
doesn't pertain to customising Windows XP - but have you tried typing a "1"
in the cell where it currently says "6"?

"jwmtx" wrote in message
...
Please excuse me. I forgot to tell you that I'm using Windows XP and
Microsoft works Suite 2003. I could not find a way to amend my post.

"jwmtx" wrote:nd

I have made a spread sheet listing a number of items. Instead of starting
at
#1 it starts at #6. I realise I did it, but how can I change the
numbering so
it is numerically correct? I want it to start at #1. Thanks very much.
James



  #8  
Old May 17th 10, 08:42 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.customize
Olorin
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Posts: 323
Default Spread sheet numbering

Not me with problem, verbose one.

"John Callaway" wrote in message
...
use fill command

On Thu, 13 May 2010 08:47:04 +0100, "Olórin"
wrote:

Well, you're asking in completely the wrong group since your question
doesn't pertain to customising Windows XP - but have you tried typing a
"1"
in the cell where it currently says "6"?

"jwmtx" wrote in message
...
Please excuse me. I forgot to tell you that I'm using Windows XP and
Microsoft works Suite 2003. I could not find a way to amend my post.

"jwmtx" wrote:nd

I have made a spread sheet listing a number of items. Instead of
starting
at
#1 it starts at #6. I realise I did it, but how can I change the
numbering so
it is numerically correct? I want it to start at #1. Thanks very much.
James





  #9  
Old May 17th 10, 08:42 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.customize
Olorin
external usenet poster
 
Posts: 323
Default Spread sheet numbering

Not me with problem, verbose one.

"John Callaway" wrote in message
...
use fill command

On Thu, 13 May 2010 08:47:04 +0100, "Olórin"
wrote:

Well, you're asking in completely the wrong group since your question
doesn't pertain to customising Windows XP - but have you tried typing a
"1"
in the cell where it currently says "6"?

"jwmtx" wrote in message
...
Please excuse me. I forgot to tell you that I'm using Windows XP and
Microsoft works Suite 2003. I could not find a way to amend my post.

"jwmtx" wrote:nd

I have made a spread sheet listing a number of items. Instead of
starting
at
#1 it starts at #6. I realise I did it, but how can I change the
numbering so
it is numerically correct? I want it to start at #1. Thanks very much.
James





 




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