html tags in a cell

Lino

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does anyone know anything about this?

i see in a cell the following:

Rich (BB code):
<font color=red>Lino</font> and the result is Lino in red and bold.

I can not seem to duplicate this. does anyone know what this is or how to get this to work. I know these are html tags. is there something that i need to turn on?

I am using excel 2003

thanks,

Lino
 

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Norie

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Lino

Try editing your post, your HTML has been interpreted as well HTML.:)

Try enclosing it in code/quote tags.
 

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