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revised Default sheet in Google Docs spreadsheet
Fixed typos, improved the order (for more logical emphasis), made it easier to understand
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comment Google Spreadsheets equivalent of Excel CLEAN() formula
Notepad, Notepad++, Netbeans, anything. It happens no matter where I paste it.
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comment Google Spreadsheets equivalent of Excel CLEAN() formula
There are no extra double-quotes in the actual contents; they just appear when I copy OUT from the spreadsheet into an HTML file. In my case, the contents of A1 LOOKS fine (doesn't have double-double-quotes), but when I copy from it and then paste it into an HTML file, it adds unnecessary double-quotes. Thanks though.
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comment Google Spreadsheets equivalent of Excel CLEAN() formula
I don't want double-quotes added: " <table cellpadding=""0"" cellspacing=""0"" border=""0"" width=""645"" class=""couponBoundary""> <tr> <td width=""130"" class=""couponStoreLogoCell""> <div align=""center""> <img src=""/images/merchants/756_t.jpg""> </div> </td> </tr> </table>"
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comment What limitations does Google Spreadsheets have in relation to Microsoft Excel
It has really bothered me that there is no CLEAN() function in Google Spreadsheets. See webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/33989/…
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