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Set-SLFont not working

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When I use Set-SLFont to set a range of cells in a row to -IsBold (e.g. B1:E1) it sets all text below that row to bold as well

(Using Office 2010)

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bridgesd2 wrote Jul 24, 2015 at 4:22 PM

Figured out what was causing this after a lot of experimentation. If I include a cell that is bold in a range used by the set-slalignment function, all other cells in the range 'inherit' the boldness. Workaround is to use separate ranges for the bold cells and the not-bold cells.