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    People have told me to "autofilter" ....that has to do with "COLUMNS"...I have rows assigned various info....if there is no info in the certain ROW..how can I have it not print an empty Row??? The row will have a name and a personnel #..but after that no info...and I don't want to print rows with no other info/data!
    There are certain reasons with the Finace department that they want a row or line with just certain info on them..otherwise, yes, I could use custom autofill.

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    The autofilter is still the way to go.

    Use the column that first contains no data(sounds like the third one if i'm reading this right) as your filter criteria and filter for rows that aren't blank. (Non-Blanks is the actual filter choice)

    [ This Message was edited by: Steve Hartman on 2002-03-18 12:12 ]

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    Steve...thank you for your quick reply....but..the first cloumn may not have any data(say its D6, but Q6, has data)so I would want that row printed.
    do you understand?
    Maybe this would help..say a6--d6 contains data, like first name,last name, depart. etc., if there is no data in E6 to m6...but P6 has data, so the row needs printed!
    If there is no data in rows E6 to W6, then do not print row!

    thanks again

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    If you can add a column, autofilter is still the way to go. Using your example, put =COUNTA(e6:w6) in Y6 and copy down Y for all youyr rows. Then autofilter the whole mess using Column Y as the criteria and filter on >0. =COUNTA() will return a 0 if the row is empty.

    [ This Message was edited by: Steve Hartman on 2002-03-18 13:40 ]

    [ This Message was edited by: Steve Hartman on 2002-03-18 13:47 ]

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