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I have one mail worksheet with all of my data on it, then four other sheets
containing "if" formulas to split the main data into sections. To make this
easily printable, I think I need a conditional format to hide the rows with
no data in; ie IF D4=0, ROW HEIGHT=0, ROW HEIGHT=20

Is this possible?

Thanks in advance





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Old March 29th 06, 12:16 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.misc
 
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Hi

You should have a look at Data/Filter/Autofilter. I think it might be what
are wanting.

Andy.

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I have one mail worksheet with all of my data on it, then four other sheets
containing "if" formulas to split the main data into sections. To make
this
easily printable, I think I need a conditional format to hide the rows
with
no data in; ie IF D4=0, ROW HEIGHT=0, ROW HEIGHT=20

Is this possible?

Thanks in advance






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Old March 29th 06, 12:19 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.misc
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With condition formatting it is not possible as condition formatting
only does formatting. I believe tha only way to do it via a macro.
Maybe you could ask this question in the programming section of this
forum.

Rgds.


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many thanks Andy for your very prompt reply; yes this does excatly what I
wanted it to do. Many thanks again

Jane11804

"Andy" wrote:

Hi

You should have a look at Data/Filter/Autofilter. I think it might be what
are wanting.

Andy.

"Jane11804" wrote in message
...
I have one mail worksheet with all of my data on it, then four other sheets
containing "if" formulas to split the main data into sections. To make
this
easily printable, I think I need a conditional format to hide the rows
with
no data in; ie IF D4=0, ROW HEIGHT=0, ROW HEIGHT=20

Is this possible?

Thanks in advance







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Old March 29th 06, 12:54 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.misc
 
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Thanks for the feedback!

Andy.

"Jane11804" wrote in message
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many thanks Andy for your very prompt reply; yes this does excatly what I
wanted it to do. Many thanks again

Jane11804

"Andy" wrote:

Hi

You should have a look at Data/Filter/Autofilter. I think it might be
what
are wanting.

Andy.

"Jane11804" wrote in message
...
I have one mail worksheet with all of my data on it, then four other
sheets
containing "if" formulas to split the main data into sections. To make
this
easily printable, I think I need a conditional format to hide the rows
with
no data in; ie IF D4=0, ROW HEIGHT=0, ROW HEIGHT=20

Is this possible?

Thanks in advance











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