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    Properties of an Excel document created on Office 365



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    Hi there...

    After creating an Excel document on Office 365, you can select the document and
    edit its properties. The default value is "Content Type = Word".

    I think and suggest, that this dialogue should be able to recognize the correct
    document type and in case its an Excel doc (my case) set the correct type on
    the first edit, what are you thinking?

    Also, if you have already edited the title of this document before changing the
    type, the title edit field is cleared after changing the document type. May it
    perhaps not be better to preserve the content of the field?

    Regards :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by maninweb View Post
    I think and suggest, that this dialogue should be able to recognize the correct
    document type and in case its an Excel doc (my case) set the correct type on
    the first edit, what are you thinking?
    I agree

    Quote Originally Posted by maninweb View Post
    Also, if you have already edited the title of this document before changing the
    type, the title edit field is cleared after changing the document type. May it
    perhaps not be better to preserve the content of the field?
    Yes, I agree with that too.
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