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    Gary Knott commented  · 

    I am also not a fan of merged cells and have added my vote. But until Microsoft adds a new button, you can use mine! Simply install toolKCit, my Excel add-in available at eloquens. This has numerous tools including one to „Centre across selection“

    Just select your cells, click the button and you’re done. It also works if the cells are already merged – like magic, it converts them to unmerged and centred.
    https://www.eloquens.com/tool/jvDmUXwQ/finance/excel-add-ins/your-new-excel-buddy-toolkcit-for-excel
    Enter the discount code how2excel for 50% off (time limited offer).

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  2. 264 votes
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    Gary Knott commented  · 

    There is a way to invert a filter, see "Remove current selection from data filter" here
    https://www.auditexcel.co.za/blog/remove-current-selection-data-filter/

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    Thanks for the feedback. This is an interesting chart type. We will consider it during our planning for the next round of new chart types. Please continue to vote on this feature idea.

    Thanks,
    Scott [MSFT]

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    Gary Knott commented  · 

    I totally agree. My favourite tool is the "Formula Explorer" in the add-in "Spreadsheet Studio". This allows you to jump to precendent parts of a formula at a mouse click. Unfortunately the add-in only works up to Excel 2010. Please add something like this to MS Excel! It's awesome.

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    Gary Knott commented  · 

    This is number one on my wishlist! In the dialog box I can only see the name of the file and I have to manually select each entry and "scroll" to the right with the mouse to see the sheet and cell are. Very time consuming if there are many precedents (which there often are).

    PLEASE fix this... it should be so easy to allow a manual resize as with e.g. the sort dialog box.

    If this cannot be done, please remove the file name from the precedent and show only the sheet name and cell so they have a higher chance of fitting in the visible dialog box.

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