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I'm an analyst web developer and development consultant on Microsoft technologies. My main focus is in Asp.net MVC, CSS3, HTML5, Javascript, jQuery, C#, and T-SQL. I'm a contractor by nature working around EU.


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comment Google Spreadsheets conditional formatting based on another cell's content
Thanks for pointing this out. It really works exactly as I want it to.
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comment How do I add new styles to Google docs?
Exactly why I came to this question. :) I just wanted to make a style called Code and Inline code that wouldn't be paragraph style.
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comment Cell reference with colour formatting
@JacobJanTuinstra: So my many many is referring to those 85%. This proves that it does cover majority of formulas of Excel. :) And thanks for posting the link. Great insight.
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comment Cell reference with colour formatting
I'd correct you if I definitelly knew hence my question. :) But otherwise. I suspect there's none anyway. So if you rewrite your script to be used as a cell formula I'll accept your answer because it would be best possible solution for the features at hand.
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comment Cell reference with colour formatting
I didn't state it clearly in my question, but I was more looking toward existing formulas and not scripts. If there's no formula combination to make this work, then your script would be much better if it was used as a formula called i.e. fullCellRef(cellReference) so one could use it as =fullCellRef(A1) for instance
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comment Cell reference with colour formatting
@JacobJanTuinstra: I was looking forward to some already present formula I could use. And since Google Spreadsheets covers many many formulas present in Excel I added it as tag as well. But otherwise I know this is about web apps. I've seen several questions tagged with Excel anyways, hence my tag. But thanks. Won't add it in the future.
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