• Microsoft Excel: Turn column into comma-separated list

    In my Excel spreadsheet, I have to take a number of rows and turn them into a comma-separated list in another cell so my boss can copy and paste the numbers into a different program. What's the best way to do that? Thanks!

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  • Join two worksheets in Microsoft Excel

    I have different Microsoft Excel worksheets in two different files. It includes names, IDs and other data. One worksheet is a master list that includes all information and the second sheet only includes names, IDs and an address. I need to use the second sheet to filter the first. Also, I need to...

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  • Limit to number of rows and columns in an Excel spreadsheet

    What's is the limits to the number of rows and columns that an Excel spreadsheet can have?

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  • Create macro on a shared system that will work on different computer

    How do you create a macro on a shared system that will work on different computers? We have a workbook on our shared drive. It is an Excel 2007 with several tabs with 2 pages each. I need to create a macro that will tell the entire workbook to print double sided when opened on other PCs.

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  • I can’t open two Excel files at the same time

    I can't open two Excel files at the same time. If one file is opened and try to open another file, the first will close without saving. Please help me. I can make view and arrange file vertical or horizontal to open two file but otherwise I can't. It is xlsx only.

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  • Drag-and-drop function in Microsoft Excel

    In Microsoft Excel, I have to do some manual reordering of rows and copying / pasting will take too long. Is there something like drag-and-drop that I can use? Thanks!

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  • Change .ods files to read as an Excel file

    How do I change an .ODS file so that I can read it as an Excel file?

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  • Group by values in Microsoft Excel

    In Excel, I can't figure out how to 'group by' values. My friend told me to use pivot tables but I'm not sure how to do that. I would also like it on another worksheet too. Thanks for the help.

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  • Excel “Document not saved” message

    I cannot save my excel spreadsheet because this message comes up every time. I have tried a different name for the workbook several times but I always get the message. I have tried Excel Help but the search for this error message produced nothing. Any suggestions please? Thanks

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  • Mail merge from Excel to print labels

    I have gone through the step by step instructions of a mail merge from excel to print labels. When I print, only one page of labels shows up and prints. The rest of the names that are checkmarked to be included does not come up in view document or prints. Only one page. What am I doing wrong?

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  • Microsoft Excel: Get distinct values from a column

    In Excel, I have a column with different values and I need to find out what distinct values are in there. Is there a way to do that? Here's what I came up with in SQL Server: SELECT Distinct(MyColumn) FROM MyTable. Is there something like that?

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  • How to create an Excel file from C#

    Is there a way I can create a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet with C# without having Excel be installed on the machine that's actually running the code

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  • Advanced Page Numbering in Word and Excel

    I want consecutive Word pages to have even numbers (2, 4, 6, etc). Same problem with Excel.

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  • Save an Excel Add-in to a network drive

    I have a MSExcel 2010 workbook which uses a User Defined Function via an Add-in (.xlam file). Although the add-in is saved on a network drive, when I try to load it into my add-in list using the browse in the Add-in Manager, it prompts to copy the add-in to the default path on my harddrive:...

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  • Exporting to Excel – Sort doesn’t work due to merged cells

    How can I change my SSRS to allow exporting into EXCEL and eliminate the header portion of report which includes merged cells. These prohibit my user from being able to sort a column in the table data.

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  • Import data from Excel 2007 to iSeries

    How do I import data from Excel to iSeries?

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  • Copy of Excel workbook that’s password protected

    When I want to open an Excel workbook that's password protected, it keeps wanting to open a "copy of ***" too - I have not changed any properties to these workbooks (*** above is the file name).  Thank you.

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  • Zero keeps disappearing in my Excel spreadsheet column

    So I'm adding some of my personal information into an Excel 2007 workbook and I've noticed that when I put in a number count that starts with zero, it automatically disappears. Here's an example: 012345678 changes to 12345678 What do I have to do keep the zero as entered and not disappear.

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  • Microsoft Excel: Next Status Change

    I have a two tables. On table has a unique order number and the associated time it entered a production stage (status). I have another table which has the unique order number and time stamp for each time a production stage changed (status). On the first table how can I systematically determine the...

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  • How to open Excel file in scheduled agent with LotusScript

    How do I write scheduled agent with LotusScript which reads Excel file on a Linux server that does not have Excel installed?

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