Posts by abaker77

    I have data in the range A1:B100

    Separately, In the range E1:G500, I have an Excel table - all 3 columns (E,F,G) are determined by formula.

    The formula in E1 = if(A1="","",A1), therefore, my table has data in E1:G100, because there is data in A1:A100.


    Now when I add more data, i.e. A101:B101, my Excel table in E-G does not auto-expand, even though there is now data in E101:G101.

    (Yes, I have the auto-correct options all set properly.)

    The green marker signifying the "end" of the table is on cell G100.

    The problem I think, is that data is not manually added to the table in E-G; it is added only by virtue of formulas, dependent on whether or not cols A-B have data.


    Is there a way to force my Excel table in E-G to auto-expand properly in this scenario?

    I know I could simply resize my table to E1:G500 but that will cause issues with charts based on that table, i.e. there would be nearly 400 blank rows in that case.


    Thank you so much!

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    Hello,

    This one has me stumped, and I'm not easily stumped.

    I have a simple column of dates; some dates are duplicated, some are not.

    What I want is to be able to highlight only the duplicated dates, in alternating fashion.

    You might think that Conditional Formatting already provides this - just go to Highlight Duplicates.

    But that will not achieve the objective since I don't want all the duplicated dates highlighted in one color.

    I want one color to highlight the first group of duplicated dates, a second color to highlight the next group of duplicated dates, then back to the 1st color for the next group, etc. An easy illustration is attached.

    Thank you !

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    Re: Force Specific Ribbon Tab Upon Opening Workbook


    I appreciate the links to clever VBA code and ribbon design tools etc. As a strong believer in the KISS principle, I'm just going to educate my users to click their mouse on the Add-Ins tab and then they will see their menu.
    Thanks to all !
    - Al ;)

    Using Excel 2007, it seems that whenever a workbook is first opened, it always displays the Home tab on the ribbon. If a user wanted to go to a different tab, say, Insert, View, or Add-Ins, they would have to click those in order to display that particular tab.


    Is it possible to open a workbook and have it automatically display a tab other than the Home tab? To be specific, I need a workbook to automatically open the Add-Ins tab as soon as it is opened.


    Thanks!


    - Al

    From this link: http://www.ozgrid.com/VBA/custom-menus.htm
    there is some clever code to create a customized menu in a dynamic Add-Ins section of the Excel ribbon; this section disappears when the workbook is deactivated and re-appears when it is activated. The custom menu has 2 main items each of which can launch a macro. There is also a 3rd main item called "Next Menu" which cascades nicely to a sub-menu. That sub-menu can have several items of its own. Very cool code.


    However, I am trying to add a 4th item in the main menu, say, "Next Menu2" which also cascades to a sub-menu. The problem I'm having is when I try to replicate this code to accomplish this, "Next Menu2" appears in the sub-menu of "Next Menu", rather than as a separate (4th) main item below "Next Menu".


    I believe there was another post (not sure of the date, but has since expired) which asked basically the same question as mine. There was a reply with code saying "This should work" but when I tried it, it didn't help.


    Any thoughts, suggestions, etc. are most welcome and appreciated !


    Thanks!
    - A