Learn Excel from MrExcel – “AutoFit Plus A Little Bit”: Podcast #1716
Marc has an ‘AutoFit Macro’ and wants to add a little bit of padding in the Cell as the Macro performs. Taking the original Macro, Bill shows us how to address the Worksheet and the specific Range to be adjusted so that we can add a little code that will produce some padding when the Macro runs. Follow along with MrExcel in Episode #1716 to see how this is done.
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