I cannot change the Excel Row Height to 33.75, it saves it as 33.8,
Although it does not seem like much difference, I have 7 rows and 4 of them are set with heights using two places decimal. So between the 4 rows I am losing .2 and that is making the print job sloppy.
What occurs is; that an excel worksheet (shared file on a server) Is used to print labels with fields in specific places. Row height is important to fit these fields. There are three users that use this file.
Two use it as expected. When the other user opens the file the row heights are different, thus preventing the fields to print where they need to be.
If this user attempts to change these row heights they 'round up' so that instead of two decimal places we only get one. Setting a row height of 33.75 becomes 33.8 and 35.25 becomes 35.3.
All three users use the same font and font size: Calibri 16.
I have googled "Row Height Rounding" and found others close to my solution, but not what I need.
This is the only PC in the group with Window's Ultimate, which I know can support multiple languages.
It does seem like this should be involving Regional and Language settings, and one solution suggested enabling "Install files for complex script and right-to-left languages " this PC does not have any such setting that I can find. And with no other languages installed; right to left seems the wrong thing to do. I do not see a selection called "Supplemental Language Support " either, which was part of that suggested fix.
This PC has not had any other language installed on it. Perhaps I should install English to get these features?
I did check the [Additional settings...] button in the Formats Tab, it does show that two places after decimal is set.
This is NOT 'Autofit row height' in Excel either.
I have looked in Office 2010 Language Preferences the display language is
1. Match MS Windows (Default)
I may flip these to see if they make a difference but I am not hopeful.
I think there is a setting I cannot find..
I hope someone can help me find it.