Can assist you in most areas of Excel, have been working with it for about 15 years in many types of applications, but primarily in financial and accounting applications. I am a CPA and many client or client problems have necessitated the use of excel. I am not an expert in charting, macros, or pivot tables.
Have been working with Excel for about 20 years primarily in accounting and financial areas.
BA, Certified Public Accountant
RICHARD To copy the entire sheet instead of painting the cells you want to copy, and then copying them, Just click on the box at the intersection of row 1 and column A and then perform the copy paste
Bill Weird is a good description of your issue. I have not run across it before so I don't have a specific answer for you that I know will work. In the past when I have had an inexplicable issue such
Richard Sorry, I have not had this experience nor have I had any other questions regarding this issue, so I can't be of much help. I suggest you reask the question of another allexperts person and
Joe I haven't had this issue come up, but try saving the old file in the new format. I know you say you have "converted" to xlsx which you may have done by saving in the new format, but if not, try it
Hey Bill Sorry, I am definitely not a pivot table expert (mostly because I don't have the occasion to use them). I am guessing that you have more knowledge about them than I do. I suggest you reask
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