# Excel application screenupdating does not work After running macro suggest formatting the column as TEXT and remove any cell alignment. Calculation = xl Automatic 'xl Calculation Automatic Application.Some worksheet formulas to help show what you actually have: =IF(ISTEXT(E2),"T", IF(ISNUMBER(E2),"N","L"))&LEN(E2) =personal.xls! Screen Updating = False End Sub Sorting on the first 3 digits may be the minimum requirement for a particular class of mail. As US phone area code apply to smaller and smaller areas, and even moving into overlapping Area Codes, fixing up phone lists to include area code is becoming a very frequent event.

Also see Trim ALL() to TRIM all cells in a selection, followed by Remove All Spaces to remove all spaces and char(160). Creates text data across multiple ranges (areas) to create test data containing text value of cell address followed by the area number for each cell in the selected ranges. A1-1, B1-1, B2-2, C2-2, D2-2 includes manual steps, and macro solutions to fill in empty cells below descriptive headers, so a table column can be sorted.

Dim str Y As String Dim str X As String Dim Rng As Object Dim Y_found As Long Dim X_found As Long Dim Found As Boolean Found = False str Y = Data_Y str X = Data_X Set Rng = Nothing Set Rng = Lookup Range. Find(str Y, _ Look In:=xl Formulas, lookat:=xl Whole, Search Order:=xl By Rows, Match Byte:=False) If Rng Is Nothing Then Set Rng = Lookup Range. Find(str Y, _ Look In:=xl Values, lookat:=xl Whole, Search Order:=xl By Rows, Match Byte:=False) End If If Not Rng Is Nothing Then Y_found = Rng. Column Found = True End If End If If Found Then Y_found = Y_found - Lookup Range. Column 1 RRet = Lookup Range(Y_found, X_found) If RRet = "" Then RRet = "" End If Else RRet = "" End If End Function Function is called from the workbook.

E.g: =RRet(\$C &" vol inv",\$Y59,r Kdrie_Service Info) where r Kdrie_Service Info is a range on a seperate sheet ('linked(1)'!

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Also see Trim ALL() to TRIM all cells in a selection, followed by Remove All Spaces to remove all spaces and char(160). Creates text data across multiple ranges (areas) to create test data containing text value of cell address followed by the area number for each cell in the selected ranges. A1-1, B1-1, B2-2, C2-2, D2-2 includes manual steps, and macro solutions to fill in empty cells below descriptive headers, so a table column can be sorted.

Dim str Y As String Dim str X As String Dim Rng As Object Dim Y_found As Long Dim X_found As Long Dim Found As Boolean Found = False str Y = Data_Y str X = Data_X Set Rng = Nothing Set Rng = Lookup Range. Find(str Y, _ Look In:=xl Formulas, lookat:=xl Whole, Search Order:=xl By Rows, Match Byte:=False) If Rng Is Nothing Then Set Rng = Lookup Range. Find(str Y, _ Look In:=xl Values, lookat:=xl Whole, Search Order:=xl By Rows, Match Byte:=False) End If If Not Rng Is Nothing Then Y_found = Rng. Column Found = True End If End If If Found Then Y_found = Y_found - Lookup Range. Column 1 RRet = Lookup Range(Y_found, X_found) If RRet = "" Then RRet = "" End If Else RRet = "" End If End Function Function is called from the workbook.

E.g: =RRet(\$C\$15 &" vol inv",\$Y59,r Kdrie_Service Info) where r Kdrie_Service Info is a range on a seperate sheet ('linked(1)'!

\$A\$1:\$AA\$4279) with months on the first row and datacodes in the first column.

\$C\$15 holds a keyvalue, changing each time a new item is selected. When going through the function it seems it 'skips' to the RRet_Alternative part in most of the cases.

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Also see Trim ALL() to TRIM all cells in a selection, followed by Remove All Spaces to remove all spaces and char(160). Creates text data across multiple ranges (areas) to create test data containing text value of cell address followed by the area number for each cell in the selected ranges. A1-1, B1-1, B2-2, C2-2, D2-2 includes manual steps, and macro solutions to fill in empty cells below descriptive headers, so a table column can be sorted.Dim str Y As String Dim str X As String Dim Rng As Object Dim Y_found As Long Dim X_found As Long Dim Found As Boolean Found = False str Y = Data_Y str X = Data_X Set Rng = Nothing Set Rng = Lookup Range. Find(str Y, _ Look In:=xl Formulas, lookat:=xl Whole, Search Order:=xl By Rows, Match Byte:=False) If Rng Is Nothing Then Set Rng = Lookup Range. Find(str Y, _ Look In:=xl Values, lookat:=xl Whole, Search Order:=xl By Rows, Match Byte:=False) End If If Not Rng Is Nothing Then Y_found = Rng. Column Found = True End If End If If Found Then Y_found = Y_found - Lookup Range. Column 1 RRet = Lookup Range(Y_found, X_found) If RRet = "" Then RRet = "" End If Else RRet = "" End If End Function Function is called from the workbook.E.g: =RRet(\$C\$15 &" vol inv",\$Y59,r Kdrie_Service Info) where r Kdrie_Service Info is a range on a seperate sheet ('linked(1)'!\$A\$1:\$AA\$4279) with months on the first row and datacodes in the first column.\$C\$15 holds a keyvalue, changing each time a new item is selected. When going through the function it seems it 'skips' to the RRet_Alternative part in most of the cases.

:\$AA79) with months on the first row and datacodes in the first column.

\$C holds a keyvalue, changing each time a new item is selected. When going through the function it seems it 'skips' to the RRet_Alternative part in most of the cases.