Copying layout

BertBam

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I used to click twice on copy lay-out and excel kept on copying the lay-out.
Now it's not possible any more. Is it a setting i have to change.

thx in advance
 

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Please explain what you mean by "copy lay-out"? There is no button named that.
 
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Ah, I know what you mean, it's called Format Painter in English.

What version of Excel do you have?
 
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Double-click your mouse quickly or adjust your mouse double-clicking speed in mouse settings.

It works for me in Excel 2003

Pekka
:eek: :eek:
 
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