Excel Mobile - Default 'Find' Setting

scott_newsgroup

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I have a spreadsheet that I carry around with me on my Dell Axim x51v. The Axim comes with Excel Mobile installed for WM5.

When I try to use FIND (under the EDIT menu), and type-in the name that I am looking for, the default is ALWAYS set to 'look in formulas'. Is there any way that I can have it default to 'look in values'?

It's such a hassle to have to hide the keyboard pop-up, scroll down, and then click on 'values'...

Any help would be appreciated.
 

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