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    Default Re: HTML Maker in Excel 2016 (or 365)

    I've been using the one called Forum Tools

    Find the download link in the 2nd to last paragraph.

    Works 'fairly' well in XL2016/365
    I don't know why, but it ocassionally gets uninstalled. Probably by corp IT policy or something.
    So I just have to go back to addins (it's still shown there, just unchecked) once in a while to re-check it.
    Use the MrExcel HTML Maker to post nicely formatted tables in your forum posts.
    Find a link in post number 31

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    Quote Originally Posted by zone709 View Post
    Im having the same issue so annoyying
    Ah, so I'm not alone! Well, that's comforting, if not actually of any use to either of us ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AliGW View Post
    It's very odd - if I enable Excel Genie (which I also have) and then enable the add-ins tab, it appears, but with no sign of HTML Maker. The tab remains visible until I close Excel and restart, and then it's gone. I'm out of ideas!
    Just a silly question is your HTML addin in the same folder as your Genie?
    Last edited by MARK858; Aug 9th, 2016 at 01:32 PM.
    Test VBA on a copy of your data (remember you can't normally reverse the action)

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    Default Re: HTML Maker in Excel 2016 (or 365)

    @ Jonmo - thanks, I'll give that a try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MARK858 View Post
    Just a silly question is your HTML addin in the same folder as your Genie?
    Not a silly question, but no, they are not anywhere near each other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AliGW View Post
    @ Jonmo - thanks, I'll give that a try.
    That's working - thank you. I'll give it a road test in the morning.

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    Perfect and very easy - thanks again!

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    Default Re: HTML Maker in Excel 2016 (or 365)

    You're welcome.
    Use the MrExcel HTML Maker to post nicely formatted tables in your forum posts.
    Find a link in post number 31

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    Default Re: HTML Maker in Excel 2016 (or 365)

    I Can find the link lol ?

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