Learn Excel 2013 – “Copy Previously Filtered Worksheet”: Podcast #1644

February 13, 2013 at 6:02 pm

Leon runs a Macro that copies previously filtered records, per Worksheet, in his Workbook. This works great, but it presents a bit of a problem. The issue is that the Headings are also being copied – Leon does not need the headings each time the Macro runs and the data is copied. Follow along with Bill ‘MrExcel’ Jelen today, in Episode #1644 as he discerns the issue, institutes the necessary change and produces those copies without the Headings each time.

"VBA and Macros: Excel 2010" by Bill Jelen and Tracy Syrstad…Learn More about VBA/Macros [Visual Basic for Applications] in Bill’s book, “VBA and Macros: Microsoft Excel 2010” by Bill Jelen and Tracy Syrstad. The fastest, best way to go beyond the Macro Recorder and move up the Excel VBA learning curve…Includes crucial information on making Excel 2010 VBA code work with older versions.


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