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    0 comments  ·  Excel for Windows (Desktop Application) » Graphics  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    John McCallum commented  · 

    This fprum is for "Desktop Application," and it certainly works with my desktop version of Excel 365. Maybe this should be reposted in whatever forum applies to cloud versions.

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    John McCallum commented  · 

    This is very important! It should be the top of the Excel programmers priority list. Any program that takes away the clipboard form the user is violating the rules of Windows compatibility - at least it was that way when I was programming.

    This is lazy programming - to steal the clipboard from the user. The clipboard was designed to move information between applications, it does not belong to any application, even if that Application was made by Microsoft.

    Wake up and become "Windows compatible" once again.

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    John McCallum commented  · 

    This has been one of the biggest annoyances for me with Excel for some time now. Please fix it! Anonymous' comment is clear, but I also see the problem if I have scrolled up to the top. I often put comments in the header lines, but when the headers are frozen for large data sets, those comments cannot be easily edited.

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