lies missing when e-mailed spreadsheet

September 10, 2011 at 11:56:26
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I e-mailed an EXCEL spreadsheet to 6 people and some of the data disapeared from my copy to theirs. I was accused of adding the data after the fact and told data does not just disaper. But then someone said that their could be codes hidden in the cell or line that made it deisapear on the one sent but not on my copy.

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#1
September 10, 2011 at 14:10:30
re: "But then someone said that their could be codes hidden in the cell or line that made it deisapear on the one sent but not on my copy."

That's sounds pretty strange and highly unlikely.

If I sent you an email address via Private Message would you be able to email the workbook to me? Is there any confidential/personal data in it that I shouldn't see?

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#2
September 10, 2011 at 14:20:04
it is on a government computor so I can't send anything from it to unknown people. Basically when I sent the spreadsheet from my documents somehow during the transaction two whole lines of data just disapeared. The lines of data are still on my computor in my excell document but never made it to the destination.

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#3
September 10, 2011 at 17:30:43
re: "it is on a government computor"

Budget cuts? ;-)

re: "two whole lines of data just disapeared"

"When you say "lines" I assume you mean "rows", correct?

Are the rows themselves missing, e.g 1...2...3...6...7...8 (no Row 4 or 5), or are the rows all there but the cells in the 2 rows are empty, or is the data missing from the top or the bottom of the sheet?

A little more detail as to what you mean by "two whole lines of data just disapeared" might help.

P.S. It's not "computor", it's "computer", it's not "disapeared", it's "disappeared" and it's not "excell", it's "Excel". If you are representing someone's government (mine perhaps?) please do it in a professional manner by using a spell checker.

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