Column labels show as numbers and Row labels show as numbers

Column labels show as numbers and Row labels show as numbers

Post by RGlhbm5lIE » Sun, 23 May 2010 06:02:01


Help! I am using Excel 2003. Now my worksheets have reversed the column and
row labels. How do I change it back. I have exited Excel and when I open it
again all the worksheets now show this way. I don't know what I did.
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Column labels show as numbers and Row labels show as numbers

Post by Dave Peter » Sun, 23 May 2010 06:10:06

Maybe...

Tools|Options|international tab|Uncheck the "View Current sheet right-to-left"





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Column labels show as numbers and Row labels show as numbers

Post by Dave Peter » Sun, 23 May 2010 06:11:38

Sorry, I missed the subject.

Tools|Options|General tab|uncheck R1C1 reference style.

This option is picked up from the first workbook you open in that session. So
if someone is saving a workbook in R1C1 reference style, and you're unlucky
enough to open that workbook first, you'll have to change it again.

It could be a fight to the finish!



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Column labels show as numbers and Row labels show as numbers

Post by bWFyeXN1bG » Sun, 23 May 2010 06:30:01

If you go to Tools->Options->General and under Settings, uncheck R1C1
reference style (style in which the columns are numbered) it should change
the column headings back to letters. Good luck!