Field settings format different in excel XP

newclearbomb

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Hi,
just apgraded from excel 2000 to excel XP and I've lost some of the formatting options

If I go to 'field settings' 'number' some of the formatting options aren't there :(

I'm specifically after the option to format a time value as a number of hours where that number is > 24. It's there in office 2000 but not in XP. Is there a way to add in additional formats to xp?
we have a spreadsheet that calculates costs based on number of hours and that number is invariably over 24.

thanks in advance,

James
 

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