I have provided first hand support since `95 for Microsoft Office majoring in Word and Excel - support for all versions from 2 onwards. I'm based in the UK, so please allow for time differences when asking me questions from other parts of the world!
My background is in the insurance industry and call centre areas, but have been called upon to provide many varied solutions.
I'm educated to UK A level standard, but as I left school some 30 years ago that is rather irrelevent - university of life has provided more of a background!
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a number stored in excel is stored as a number, with no formatting - it SOUNDS as though you MAY want the literal text of what is being imported? If so, import as text not general. IF it is simply a
Thanks for the update - sounds like you need to use the sheet tab in the page setup and use the rows and columns to repeat option - this would then repeat those rows/columns when you print, and the page
I may be wrong, but I suspect you are confusing two processes - the header is a row that will print on every sheet when you print a worksheet out - in this instance, it sounds as though you want to make
I've not used this feature myself, so I had to do some digging - which I'm afraid failed to get an answer - other than saving the charts independantly as pictures which you can do by selecting the chart
I'm not sure what method you are using to create the mails - I use code I got from Ron De Bruin's site - this page http://www.rondebruin.nl/win/s1/outlook/amail6.htm will give you a working method for
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