Weird Excel 2000 formatting problem

Subject: Weird Excel 2000 formatting problem
From: afargas -at- condor -dot- nrl -dot- navy -dot- mil
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 30 May 2003 09:03:22 -0600


I've searched the mailing archives for anything related to this problem,
and didn't find anything. So here I am.

I'm working in Excel 2000, creating a spreadsheet to hold SPRs from a test
plan that I developed. My default font is TNR 10 pt. I'm bolding field
names in the spreadsheet to make them stand out. My problem is that
whenever I bold something, Excel automatically also shrinks the font to
7.5 pt. This happens whether I use Ctrl+B or highlight it and use the Bold
key on the Formatting toolbar.

Does anyone here have a clue to what might be going on with the font size?
I don't know Excel well, so I'd be grateful for any guesses or help.




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