So I have been having this same problem for a long time.
I just work around it, by scrolling with my mouse, which can be tedious.
We used to have MS 2016, now we have Office 365. Problem existed on both.
The document is a shared document, old school, not the internet sharing because I need to be...
I have a spreadsheet with hundreds of tabs attached. I would like to add some data to each tab. Data would be the same but will change with each tab due to data that is already there. I would like to add this new item after the last item on the page.
see mockup below where the red font I may...
I have a spreadsheet with some data and addresses. I am wanting to do a formula where if sheet1 b2 (address) = sheet 2 b2 through b45 address then sheet 1 a2 = displays sheet 2 a2.
If that makes any sense at all
A2 123 FAKE ST
B2 123 FAKE ST
B15 123 FAKE ST
I'm in way over my head, but thought it'd be cool if this is something that can be done.
I'd like to have an "Email" Button on every row that will use the data in the columns before it and put that text into the subject line.
If my cell columns looked like this:
12345 Fake Street...
I couldn't find related topic but probably I didn't search right words.
Nevertheless I need to ask for help.
I have an "advanced" / "non-standard" function, which is called "abc" and workes as follows:
=abc("Name","Value","Number of Periods","Period Type")
What it does, it returns...
This must be an ancient problem but Im stumped
A workbook copies a range into an Access table, but the problem is
Where it was written, the Access database is on C:\Data\MyApp
Where it is running, the Access database is on R:\MRXX\Prod\Colby
Is it possible to fake it somehow so that we pick...
I can't figure out what the vectorization is in DAX
If I have a calculated column based on a slicer like
Of course that doesnt' work. I don't know why, but you need to wrap it in:
=Values(Slicer[field]), probably because Dax tries to combine its column logic and its aggregation...
I've gathered that it's not possible to place an animated GIF like this:
in a userform in Excel. As you might have guessed, I've created a macro that, depending on user inputs, can take a bit of time to run, and I want to display something to let the user know that Excel hasn't locked up...