Designation of Columns

antonio

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I must have clicked on some configuring tool my columns across the top don't have the usual "A, "B", "C" naming convention, they are numbers now. Could someone please let me know how to make Excel display letter instead of numbers.

Thanks
 

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Von Pookie

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Go to Tools\Options\General tab, uncheck the box next to "R1C1 reference style" and click OK. :)
 

antonio

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Thanks, can you believe I had called my IT department and no one knew
 

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