Dueling Excel – “Numbers Greater than 500K to New Range”: Podcast #1672

March 22, 2013 at 12:35 pm


Mike and Bill have a question from Dandy: “Is there a Formula that would pull values over 500,000 to a New Range?” Bill addresses the solution using VBA with a few modifications and Mike takes the Formula route.  Follow along with Mike and Bill to see how to get the Range in Episode #1672.

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