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    Thanks for the suggestion Jessica. We’ve got a few other suggestions on the site that are similar with scientific notation, etc. We’ll take a look at this area, and pay special attention to any cases that get a lot of votes. So please keep the votes coming to help us do a good job at prioritizing asks like this!

    Cheers,
    John [MS XL]

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    Gary Rosner commented  · 

    I have noticed, that at least for the Axis Label Range, pressing F2 does indeed toggle the ability to use arrow keys to scroll thru the value. UNFORTUNATELY, you must remember to press the F2 key every time the dialog box is presented, as it defaults to entering the cell reference. Perhaps there can be (or is there?) a global setting to change this behavior?

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    Thanks for the suggestion. I think I’ve seen some related requests, I’ll look at merging them to make sure the votes properly reflect the ask. We’ll prioritize this into the execution pipe appropriately based on the number of votes.

    Cheers,
    John [MS XL]

    Gary Rosner commented  · 

    While you are at it, how about a Zoom function to make the fonts in the formula bar larger. On 4K monitors, you need dentist glasses to see the tiny fonts in the formula bar.

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    Gary Rosner commented  · 

    Afterthought: A workaround for this is to use the Indirect() function.
    RangeName Formula: =INDIRECT("Table_Progress_Chart_01[[#Totals],[Slice 2]]")

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    Gary Rosner commented  · 

    I use FileJuggler. It is rule based, and can automatically keep a sequenced copy of each workbook when the workbook is saved.

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