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Read Macro by Richard L @ 11/28/2016
Thank you, There are a lot of cool templates and if Rick wants to do a seminar on how to make cool spreadsheets, I'm intereste.
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Read Macro by Richard L @ 11/26/2016
It is a template called the "To Do List" on 2016 Excel.  But I can't seem to find out what is being done.  all I know is if you double click on that cell a check mark appears and all the cells in that row are formatted with a strikethrough format.


Reply from Alex Hedley:

I'll take a look into that template.
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Read Macro by Richard L @ 11/23/2016
At work we have an Excel 2016 and one of the templates is a to Do List.  There is a field that if you double-click on it a check mark appears and the text in the row it's in has a strikethrough.  What is this feature called and how and where do I learn to do that?  
Also the background is cool where it looks like a sheet of notebook paper.  How do you do that?


Reply from Alex Hedley:

Is this an Office template, what's it called, is there a link on the marketplace?
If you have the developer tab on can you look into any code it uses?
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Read Macro Code by Stan @ 5/4/2015
So I have a spreadsheet that is five columns wide. It's a daily log. At the end of a day, I like to add a bottom border to the cells that represent the activity of the day, to help me distinguish separate days. I recorded a macro that works on a separate cell, or a selection. What I want it to do is apply the border to five cells, after I select just one. What am I missing? Here's the code.
Sub ApplyBorder()
'
' ApplyBorder Macro
' Applies bottom border to selected cells
'

'
    Selection.Borders(xlDiagonalDown).LineStyle = xlNone
    Selection.Borders(xlDiagonalUp).LineStyle = xlNone
    Selection.Borders(xlEdgeLeft).LineStyle = xlNone
    Selection.Borders(xlEdgeTop).LineStyle = xlNone
    With Selection.Borders(xlEdgeBottom)
        .LineStyle = xlContinuous
        .ColorIndex = xlAutomatic
        .TintAndShade = 0
        .Weight = xlMedium
    End With
    Selection.Borders(xlEdgeRight).LineStyle = xlNone
    Selection.Borders(xlInsideVertical).LineStyle = xlNone
    Selection.Borders(xlInsideHorizontal).LineStyle = xlNone
End Sub



Reply from Alex Hedley:

I'll need to test this but would the tint and shade not need a value other than 0?

You can use some code to get the last row but this with the range changed should work.
Range("A1:A2").Borders(xlEdgeBottom).LineStyle = xlContinuous
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Read Macros by Abhinav Grandhi @ 3/25/2015
Hello,

I need to generate reports on monthly basis from various reports. Please explain how to use Macros step by step process.
Thank you in advance.


Reply from Alex Hedley:

This would depend what your needs are.
You could create a report that links to a datasouce and have all the graphs etc set up to be populated by this data, a template of sorts.
Can you give more detail of what steps you need to do?
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Read Recorded Macro by Bruce @ 5/31/2014
The default when you go into macro record mode is absolute. You can click on the middle section of the recorder dialog box to change to relative mode. This may fix your problem.
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Read Recorded Macro by Michelle C @ 4/26/2014
I figured it out.  I changed the name of the worksheet in the macro to ActiveSheet.  That took care of the problem.
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Read Recorded Macro by Michelle C @ 4/22/2014
I'm creating worksheets by double-clicking on a total on a pivot table.  I've recorded a macro for repetitive tasks that I perform on every new worksheet.  The problem is that the macro is specifying the specific worksheet name of the w/s I recorded the macro on so the macro won't work on new worksheets.  Is there a way of changing the macro so that it will work on any new worksheet I create?
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Read Macros by Anny Hahn @ 3/29/2012
I have a long list over 1 millions rows.  I have one column that have either a number that beginns with a 9 or 14 and I want to pull all the numbers that begin with 9 and copy them from cell B1 to C1 and if is a 14 leave that number on column B.

Thank you Ron
Anny
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Read macros by Pete @ 5/17/2010
I am writing a series of technical reports within one Excel document. Two sheets are seperate areas of testing relating to the same sample, the third a summary. How would I go about entering values common to all three sheets on the summary and have them appear on the other sheets in the appropriate cell? Specifically as a starter, date of test would appear in sheet 1 cell F7. Sheet two it appears in C5, D5, E5, F5, G5. Sheet two it appears in C1, C2, C3, C4, C5. I'm sure it can be done via VBA but my self taught skills lack the expertise. Thank you for your help!


Answer from Richard Rost:

You can just enter this information into the first sheet and then LINK to those cells in the next 2 sheets.

For example, type in some data into Sheet1 cell A1. Then go to Sheet2 and type in:

=Sheet1!A1

Now that cell will REFER to (is LINKED to) that cell on Sheet1.

Alternatively, you can COPY and then PASTE SPECIAL… PASTE LINK the data between two sheets in a similar fashion.
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Read filtering and sorting macro by Richard Rost @ 7/22/2009
Kathy, you could use the ISBLANK function to determine if the value in that row is blank, and then use that as one of your sort criteria. For example, if your value is in column A1, then B1 would be: =ISBLANK(A1)

Now autofill that value down the whole column, and now you have either TRUE or FALSE in column B. You could use that to sort by in a multi-column sort. Sort by the isblank column first, then column A. It should eliminate the need for the filter.
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Read filtering and sorting macro by Kathy Boyette @ 7/22/2009
Richard, I have a spreadsheet that needs to be filtered, then sorted. I am filtering out the non-blank cells, then trying to sort, ascending. Most of the list I'm sorting disappears. I read that the autofilter I've used corrupts the macro. Is there another way to sort non-blanks other than autofilter?

Thanks, Kathy Boyette
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