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Deifinitive, always-working failsafe bit of VBA which will remove the Autofilter?

The "selection.autofilter" does not work all the time (i.e. if selected range is outside the filtered area)
 

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Activesheet.AutoFilterMode = False Will remove the autofilter.
 

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