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Takeaway: Users will appreciate a chart that updates right before their eyes. In Excel 2007 and 2010 it’s as easy as creating a table. In earlier versions, you’ll need the formula method.
October 14, 2011, 7:33 AM PDT Takeaway: A dynamic chart reuses the same chart object to chart different source values. You’ll save time and your users will appreciate the effort. Charting data is an easy task and reusing a chart is efficient! By reusing, I mean to use the same chart object to chart multiple sources.
November 1, 2011, 8:32 AM PDT Takeaway: Combine data validation and conditional formatting to implement an easy-to-use dynamic banding option for your users. Thanks to conditional formatting, you can apply several banding schemes to your Excel worksheets, and we’ve discussed several of them already. One possibility we haven’t reviewed, however, is using data to determine which rows are banded. Throw in a little data validation and you can let users band (or shade) specific rows by simply choosing an item from a list.
Ugh! Too much work. I prefer to let the computer do the work for me. I sort first then use custom macros:Sub NextAlike()' This macro moves the active cell down until it finds a duplicate. a = 0 Do... Read Whole Comment +