Haroldm January 5, 2010 at 14:04:57 Specs: Windows XP
Have an Excel spreadsheet that's linked to an access database. Using a query (get's all records) I populate the spreadsheet. One of the fields in the database is a Y/N field. When it's brought over into Excel, depending on the format of the cell obviously, it displays as a 1 or zero.... 1 if it was yes, zero if it was no. How can I change the format to show Y or N in that Excel cell ?
I don't see that option under "Custom". I'm using Office XP (2002) and when I highlite the column and right-click and choose "Format Cell" I have a custom but there's no Y/N, just a bunch of number and date formats. There is a custom that shows # ?/? but it doesn't cause the 1/0 to display any differently.
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