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Just use the dropdown menu to choose your font and point size.On the Page Layout tab (Figure C) note that the default the Margins are set at one inch from all four directions. edit:- added thought Will there ever be empty cells or 0 values in the results of the vlookups? If you could confirm or correct the above, I'll try and come up with something that will fix the circular refs. I can't see that the workbook being shared should cause this, but they are known to be unstable so anything is possible.

; FALSO) I'm assuming that this would go into G8, is that correct?

For some reason, Microsoft chose to ship Word with a default normal template that used the Calibri font. In Word 2003, you'd have to create a document with your preferences and then save it as the file. Here is the process I used to change the default settings in Word 2007 for normal font, margin, paragraph spacing, and the available buttons on the Quick Access Toolbar.

The first step is to change the default from the pint-sized Calibri font, point size 11 to the normal-sized Arial (or your favorite font), point sized 10 (Figure B).

Is the formula located inside on of the lookup ranges in the formula, or is the circular reference being caused by another formula?

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; FALSO) I'm assuming that this would go into G8, is that correct?

For some reason, Microsoft chose to ship Word with a default normal template that used the Calibri font. In Word 2003, you'd have to create a document with your preferences and then save it as the file. Here is the process I used to change the default settings in Word 2007 for normal font, margin, paragraph spacing, and the available buttons on the Quick Access Toolbar.

The first step is to change the default from the pint-sized Calibri font, point size 11 to the normal-sized Arial (or your favorite font), point sized 10 (Figure B).

Is the formula located inside on of the lookup ranges in the formula, or is the circular reference being caused by another formula?

$B$4:$K$531; G$1; FALSO);""))))))))))))))))))))))))))) Ok, there is nothing in the formula that would indicate a circular reference.

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; FALSO) I'm assuming that this would go into G8, is that correct?For some reason, Microsoft chose to ship Word with a default normal template that used the Calibri font. In Word 2003, you'd have to create a document with your preferences and then save it as the file. Here is the process I used to change the default settings in Word 2007 for normal font, margin, paragraph spacing, and the available buttons on the Quick Access Toolbar.The first step is to change the default from the pint-sized Calibri font, point size 11 to the normal-sized Arial (or your favorite font), point sized 10 (Figure B). Is the formula located inside on of the lookup ranges in the formula, or is the circular reference being caused by another formula? $B$4:$K$531; G$1; FALSO);""))))))))))))))))))))))))))) Ok, there is nothing in the formula that would indicate a circular reference.

; FALSO);""))))))))))))))))))))))))))) Ok, there is nothing in the formula that would indicate a circular reference.

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