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Old November 6th 08, 09:42 AM posted to microsoft.public.excel.misc
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Default "Center across selection" rather than "Merge cells"

No, that is usually WTF Bob, what'd you do this time? <bg

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"John C" <[email protected] wrote in message
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It is Bob's pre-First name, as in GEEZ Bob, what'd you do this time?
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"Don Guillett" wrote:


Are you sure??
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"Bob Phillips" wrote in message
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No, nobody calls me GEEZ <G

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"Don Guillett" wrote in message
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Not meant for you Bob

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"Bob Phillips" wrote in message
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You could easily create a macro to do it and assign it to a toolbar
button.

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"Elardus" wrote in message
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I use "Center across selection" and almost never "Merge cells", which
is
generally a bad choice (across columns anyway).

I wish to add an icon or otherwsie modify the "Merge Cells" icon
through the
toolbars "Customization" process but unfortunately I cannot find
"Center
across selection" amonst the "Commands - Fomat"choices.

Which means I have to do my "Cnter cross seletion"always via the
menu.... Or
create an icon through a macro.

Can you please add an icon for "Center across selection" in the
"Formatting"
toolbar? Better still, don't even have the "Merge cells" icon there.
Horizontal merging leads to all kind of problems...


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