Re: User Error
My Snap On dealer once told me a story about a Ford production line where the car came down the belt with metric on one side and English on the other. True? Who knows, but funny. The argument about Excel (or any other program) being appropriate can easily be made (especially when a database should be used instead of a spreadsheet). However, in the real world, people use what’s at hand or what they’re familiar with. And, since most are not really skilled, the subtleties of controlling the formatting are not evident. But, even with me paying attention, I have had many bad experiences with Excel formatting.