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    I want to print only the "ROWS" that contain information.... any suggestions...When I go to DATA...click on "FILTER"..."AUTOFILTER"...
    Nothing happens but a check mark is put by Autofilter....then what do I do??
    Is it possible to print only rows with info on them???

    PLEASE HELP!
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    If you look a little more closely, you should have a drop down arrow in each cell with data in it on the top row.

    For example, I have a worksheet in which I keep track of shipments that were made. In the first column, I have the date. So, if I want to see all of the items shipped on a certain date, I just click on the arrow, select the date I want from the list, and it will show everything on that date.

    This works for all of the columns.
    Kristy

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