It's very common for a couple to both have accounts at one institution, but want to track data together. Unfortunately I can't use Money In Excel until this feature lands.47 votes
Circling back on this most upvoted feature, we’re excited to let you know that we just launched it due to your feedback!
- With Multi-Credential Support, you and your family members can connect multiple accounts from the same institution into Money in Excel. We hope this will make Money in Excel more useful for those who manage their finances together.
- To help you keep track of different accounts from the same institution, we’re also introducing Account Nicknames. In the Accounts tab in the Money in Excel pane, you can now customize your accounts with nicknames (You can even use emojis!)
If you do not see this update in your version of Money in Excel, try downloading a new version of the template here: Money in Excel Template. And don’t worry, your financial account data will not be lost!
I would like to not have to select a range in VBA in order to to apply a Border. How to do it now: Range("J44:M44").Select With Selection.Bo
I would like to not have to select a range in VBA in order to to apply a Border.
How to do it now:
.Weight = xlMedium
Change to, no selection :
Range("J44:M44").Borders(xlEdgeTop).Weight = xlMedium
Thanks, David2 votes
Great news, that exact line of code you have there works just fine to apply borders, so you should be good to go.
Range(“J44:M44”).Borders(xlEdgeTop).Weight = xlMedium
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