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A word of warning when using Google Docs in combination with ODF -
Google usually goes with Excel behaviour rather than OOo/LO behaviour.
For instance, they've always used the comma for parameter separation
in formulae rather than semicolon (although it exports and imports ODF
ok), and their random numbers re-randomize every time anything
changes, whereas OOo/LO only re-randomize a cell when it changes.
There is a more serious problem, that Google Docs will export a
non-working ODF spreadsheet if you use an entire column range, e.g.
=SUM(A:A), which OOo/LO do not support.

Phil Hibbs.
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