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  1. 19 votes
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    Great idea!

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  2. 773 votes
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    Thanks to Graham for starting this conversation. If you would also like Excel to maintain named range references and structured table references in the “applies to” field for Conditional Formatting rules, please add your comments and vote this one up. We will prioritize accordingly.

    Thanks,
    Steve (MS Excel)

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  3. 94 votes
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    Agreed! Please give us more info. Thanks! 🙂

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  4. 43 votes
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    Jon Acampora commented  · 

    This fix should include gridlines, headings, and all Window level settings/properties that are lost when a new window is opened. Thank you!

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  6. 118 votes
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    Jon Acampora commented  · 

    So in your example, if the active cell is in the top row you can hit Ctrl+B then Ctrl+T to check the box. Fun workaround... :-)

    Jon Acampora commented  · 

    Great suggestion! If the text in the header row is bold then the box will be checked by default.

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  7. 15 votes
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    The SPLIT function would be a great one to have with the new Dynamic Array formula capabilities. The results of the array can now Spill into a range of cells.

  8. 12 votes
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    Jon Acampora commented  · 

    Great suggestion Ricardo! It would also be nice to select the columns to output on the new sheet or range.

    This could be a checkbox that would "only copy selected columns to the destination". It would be handy when you are trying to create a list of unique values, and just want the output to be a single column from the range/Table.

  9. 17 votes
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  10. 81 votes
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    Jon Acampora commented  · 

    Thanks Ash! I'll try to rally some votes. :-)

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  11. 6 votes
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  12. 52 votes
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