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a friend wrote at 2012-10-25 14:38:12
Best way is to set up a Named range for the range you are describing.  Go to Formulas->Name Manager

Enter a new range and set it up to be H10:H1000, L10:L1000, P10:P1000, T10:T1000

Once this is done click OK

Back on the spreadsheet hit F5, slect your named range and click OK.

It will now be selected.

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Philip Buckley


In Excel 2003 I can handle all basic questions such as how to copy and paste, all medium type questions such as pivot tables, and also am proficient in basic macros. I am also quickly learning 2007 where everything is pretty much the same but all in different places. Please be as detailed in writing your question as possible as that goes a long way in my ability to give the best answer possible.


I have 20 years of business experience, mostly in the area of finance and business consulting. Currently I am a Senior Business Consultant with a small business consulting firm. As part of my daily activities, I regularly use Excel to help make small businesses more efficient.

MBA from the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College.

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