I wonder if anyone can help with a formatting issue i come across from time to time. We use an sql based practice management package which allows the exporting of client data to excel.


I have a sheet with dates running across C7 to IT7. I would like to hit a macro bitmap that activates a macro to go to today's date. I managed to get a macro to go to the next blank using:


How can I format a cell so that it displays a negative time rather than ####  ??

e,g, for use in flexi- time calculations.


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Having got to grips with Excel 2010, lecturer David H Ringstrom highlights five minor changes that have improved his efficiency in the new version. Look out for more tips next week.


Hi i have a macro (below) which does exactly what i need it to do.  Whenever i change a figure in any box on the tab, the macro runs and hides relevant boxes that i dont want.


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I'm preparing income forecasts for a consultancy business. Our contracts are usually on a fixed fee basis and generally run for several months or even longer.


Basically there is a file on our network.  I  only ever need to look at it, some people need to edit it.  I get bothered a lot to come out of it by the updaters, so I want to open a read only copy


My client uses Sage MMS & I have developed with him a comprehensive Excel2007 model (using ODBC) for monthly Management accounts reporting.