# Detailed Calculation Settings

Sets the rules for conversion from strings values to numeric values, string values to cell references, and strings values to date and time values. This affects built-in functions such as INDIRECT that takes a reference as a string value or date and time functions that takes arguments as string values in local or ISO 8601 formats.

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## ይዞታዎች ወደ ቁጥሮች

### ከ ጽሁፍ ወደ ቁጥር መቀየሪያ

ጽሁፍ እንዴት እንደሚይዙ በሚያጋጥም ጊዜ እንደ ቁጥር በ ሂሳብ አንቀሳቃሽ ውስጥ ወይንም እንደ ክርክር ለ ተግባር ቁጥር የሚጠብቅ በሱ ፋንታ እንደ: ምንም በማያሻማ መቀየር ይቻላል ለ ኢንቲጀር ቁጥሮች: ኤክስፖነንት: እና የ ISO 8601 ቀኖች እና ጊዜዎች በ ተስፋፉው አቀራረብ በ መለያያቸው: በ ክፍልፋይ ቁጥር ዋጋዎች ከ ዴሲማል መለያያዎች ወይንም ቀኖች ሌላ ከ ISO 8601 የ ቋንቋ ጥገኛ ናቸው: ያስታውሱ: በ ቋንቋ ጥገኛ መቀየሪያዎች ውጤቱ የ ቁጥር ዋጋ ሊለያይ ይችላል በ ቋንቋዎች መካከል!

ያመነጫል #ዋጋ! ስህተት: ጽሁፍ ሲገኝ የ ቁጥር ዳታ በሚጠበቅበት ቦታ ያመነጫል #ዋጋ! ስህተት: ለምሳሌ: "123.45" ያመነጫል #ዋጋ! ስህተት: ነገር ግን 123.45 አይደለም

Treat as zero: Any text found where numeric data is expected will be considered as a number of value zero. Example: "123.45" will map to zero, while 123.45 not.

Convert only if unambiguous: If the text represents a valid and unambiguous numeric value, convert it. Example: "123.456" will generate a #VALUE! error because the text contains a separator, while "123456" will not.
See Converting Text to Numbers for details.

Convert also locale dependent: convert values valid in the locale representation. Example: "123,45" is a valid number in some locales because the comma is the decimal separator there.

### ባዶ ሐረጎችን እንደ ዜሮ መጠቀሚያ

This option determines how an empty string is treated when used in arithmetic operations. If you have set "Conversion from text to number" to either "Generate #VALUE! error" or "Treat as zero", you cannot choose (here) if conversion of an empty string to a number will generate an error or if it will treat empty strings as zero. Otherwise this option determines how empty strings are treated.

### Reference syntax for string reference

Formula syntax to use when parsing references given in string parameters. This affects built-in functions such as INDIRECT that takes a reference as a string value.

• Use formula syntax

• Calc A1

• Excel A1

• Excel R1C1

• Calc A1 | Excel A1

### Apply those settings to current document only

Mark this checkbox to apply the settings to the document only.