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         Excel, until you go to the cell and hit enter or F9, you will either see 
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         Excel, until you go to the cell and hit enter or F9, you will either see 
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         the old value or '#VALUE!' for the cell. (Sometimes Excel will notice
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         the old value or '#VALUE!' for the cell. (Sometimes Excel will notice
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         itself, and trigger a recalculation on load, but unless you know you are
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         itself, and trigger a recalculation on load, but unless you know you are
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         using volatile functions it's generally best to trigger a Recalulation
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         using volatile functions it's generally best to trigger a <a href="#recalculation">Recalulation</a>a>
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         through POI)
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         through POI)
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      </p>
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      </p>
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    </section>
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    </section>
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        for details. </p>
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        for details. </p>
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            <p> Both HSSFWorkbook and XSSFWorkbook are supported, so you can 
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            <p> Both HSSFWorkbook and XSSFWorkbook are supported, so you can 
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                evaluate formulas on both .xls and .xlsx files.</p>
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                evaluate formulas on both .xls and .xlsx files.</p>
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			<p> Note that user-defined functions are not supported, and is not likely to done
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			<p> User-defined functions are <a href="user-defined-functions.html">supported</a>,
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				any time soon... at least, not till there is a VB implementation in Java!
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				but must be rewritten in Java and registered with the macro-enabled workbook in order to be evaluated.
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			</p>
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			</p>
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		</section>
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		</section>
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		<section><title>User API How-TO</title>
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		<section><title>User API How-TO</title>

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