Check if autofilters are on

gaj104

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Hi

What code would I use to check if there are autofilters in a specific sheet, and hense remove them if they exist.

Many thanks
 

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gaj104

Try:

ActiveSheet.AutoFilterMode = False
to remove the AutoFilters altogether.

ActiveSheet.ShowAllData
to leave the AutoFilter available but 'unfilter' everything.
 

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