Move Row without using VBA

hannahbowyer

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  2. 2019
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Hi,
I have a table to track when reports are estimated to go out. I am wanting to have it so when we type in complete into the cell, it will cut the whole row and paste it into at the bottom of another table of completed reports. My issue is that we use this using Teams, so I cannot do a Macro for this. Is there any way to do this automatically without using macros?
 

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Fluff

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Fraid not, it will need to be done manually.
 

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