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Excel: Automatically hide rows based on value

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by TDale93, Sep 3, 2016.

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  1. TDale93

    TDale93 Thread Starter

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    Hi All,

    So I'm fairly competent in Excel in most things other than macros (which means it could be argued I know nothing about Excel...)

    I'm looking for a way to automatically hide rows from a page. Essentially it's a progression tracking sheet that I've got, and I want things to stay on the sheet for only 5 days after the job is complete. I have a TODAY() function which I am using to determine whether or not it has been 5 days since completion.

    Any advice would be more than appreciated and I thank you all in advance.

    Tom
     
  2. TDale93

    TDale93 Thread Starter

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    Bumping due to inactivity. Not sure if it's allowed but hey, I still haven't got an answer...
     
  3. reticentAJ

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    We don't have issues with bumping at all, especially threads that haven't received any response in a week. We apologize for the delay. Some threads simply get 'missed'.

    Can you please post sample data (exclude any personal information) and any sample code if you have any? This will be extremely helpful.
     
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