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Old 10-26-2016, 07:39 AM   #16
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Any ideas as to why the column widths and fonts change after I set them and exit? Once I layout the page and return everyone is reset.
Hi and welcome to the forums. No worries, however probably at this point best to have created a new thread. Either case, we'll forge ahead.

Are you saying:
  1. You have a spreadsheet document, you format the column widths and fonts, save that spreadsheet, and when you return to that document, the format changes and the font settings are not retained?
  2. You wish to choose default column widths and default fonts and are looking for guidance there?
 
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Not looking for default settings, question is why do the setting change after I've set them to what I want?
 
Old 10-26-2016, 12:30 PM   #18
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What format are you saving your sheet in. This works fine for me. Create a new sheet, change column size, save the sheet, close it. Open it back up and the new column size is as saved.
 
  


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