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In Libreoffice Calc, sometimes the SUM function returns ### in the cell when referencing other sums. For example:

=SUM(x1+y1)

where

x1=sum(a1:d1)
y1=sum(a2:d2)

gives

###

in the output cell. (obviously this is not my real data)

Sometimes the function outputs correctly if I re-make it. It also tends to error like this when I change the values of the referenced cells.

Any ideas?

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Make the column wider. The number is too big to fit.

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Boy, don't I feel stupid. :/ Thanks for the solve! – osti_non Jan 29 '13 at 20:32
    
NP. Glad I could help. – Nicole Hamilton Jan 29 '13 at 20:33

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