I agree -- a great module, great docs. Even better now that it supports
Minor minor minor gripe: the format
objects appear bound to a specific sheet... that is,
if you have multiple sheets open for writing, you cannot
simply define one set of formats (eg fmt_important = bold and red,
fmt_header = bold and underlined, etc) and apply them
across the board to all open sheets. At least I couldn't
get this to work... maybe I missed something.
Overall, a fantastic piece of code.
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