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IS THERE DIFFERENT BETWEEN , AND ; WHEN INPUTTING FORMULAS IN EXCEL FORMULA BAR

IS THERE DIFFERENT BETWEEN , AND ; WHEN INPUTTING FORMULAS IN EXCEL FORMULA BAR

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IS THERE DIFFERENT BETWEEN , AND ; WHEN INPUTTING FORMULAS IN EXCEL FORMULA BAR CAUSE IT SEEMS IF I TYPE BOTH THEY STILL WORK FINE BUT I DON’T IF THERE IS A DIFFERENT BETWEEN BOTH OF THEM

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Hi Oberewu!
Thanks for reaching out.
There’s normally difference between the two, but it’d depend on the region and language settings of your computer. Basically, you’d have to stick to using , or ;, or, alternatively, you can change your region and language settings.
Hope this helps.
Best,
The 365 Team

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