I am currently trialling CX in Ubuntu 9.04.
I've noticed that macros do not work, with the "Out of Memory" errors and that CX is yet to support this.
Going through the support tickets, there are suggestions that CX 9 will have updated support for macros.
I was curious whether it would be able to support something like this?: http://www.hoadley.net/options/downloadselect.aspx?self=X
PS: [It's a modeling tool for derivative products]
The other bug I've noticed is when inserting an Excel worksheet into a Word document, to edit the size of the box and contents to be shown is disabled.
E.g. I only want to show 3 columns [default = 7] and extend the number of rows to 20 [default is 10]
The default action is to open Excel up for editing.
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!!
Thanks in advance for your time
EDIT: I just found the forum for Excel specific questions. Apologies for posting this here instead of the Compatibility Database
Posted 2009-11-16 13:46
· edited by dlevylk on 2009-11-16 13:49
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