Importing from crystal reports

Bob_Brown

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I currently have an application that uses the crystal reports ActiveX plugin for displaying database query results. When I export to Excel, the spreadsheet has blank lines every other line. Can I avoid that? Is there a function that would seek and destroy empty rows?
 

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MAL-MTL

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Well I usually insert a column before A, and put numbers there,

after I sort by the column that contains the empty lines, delete them
Resort by A
delete A

hope this helps
 
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