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How can I increas undo level in Microsoft EXCEL ? by Sajid Siddique
Dear Sir/Madam, By default there are only sixteen undo level in Microsoft Excel.But i want to increas undo level more than sixteen. Please guide me how can...
November 26th 04 10:09 AM
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On second thought ... by Jerry Kinder
Hi, Thanks, I will try it this weekend after the holiday is over. JK "tjtjjtjt" > wrote in...
November 26th 04 02:38 AM
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simple question? by David
How would I cause column 2 data to show me the data in column 1 multilpied by 3.4?
November 25th 04 10:02 PM
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Is there a way to change Excel's pointer from a + to an arrow (li. by Chip Pearson
Only with VBA code. Sub ChangeCursor() Application.Cursor = xlNorthwestArrow End Sub Sub ChangeCursorBack() Application.Cursor =xlDefault End Sub
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