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    AHarris commented  · 

    Yes, I hate merged cells! Yes they are Evil! Seriously they create so many problems!

    While I am comfortable using a macro for Centre Across Selection, I cannot believe that Merge and Centre has such a prominent position in the home tab and the far superior (for 95% of scenarios) Centre Across Selection is hidden in the alignment dialog box.

    The only time Merge and Centre is better is when we need to merge rows but a vertical Centre Across Selection would be better for that too. There's a suggestion for that somewhere - please go vote for it!

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  5. 33 votes
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    Interesting idea. We’ll consider this in the next round of feature planning. In the meantime, please continue to vote on this idea.

    Thanks,
    Scott [MSFT]

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    AHarris commented  · 

    For functions that don't require an input parameter like YESTERDAY in your examples, you can already do this with the name manager. All that is needed (likely it's major work) is accepting input parameters, to a named formula, that can be used in the formula.

  9. 44 votes
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    Since the XLOOKUP function is now available in Excel to O365 subscribers, we recommend using it to accomplish what you need to do. With XLOOKUP, there’s no index number. You provide a range reference, so it will automatically adjust if you insert a column that causes the range to move.

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  14. 109 votes
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    Thanks for submitting this. It’s a very good idea, and we’re considering ways in which this might be implemented. Please keep the votes coming, so we can see just how useful this would be, and properly prioritize this against other potential features work.

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  15. 79 votes
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    Thanks for taking the time to post a suggestion Malcolm! We’ll be taking a look at lookup functions. There’s a number of votes on the site for them – I’m not going to merge all of them though because different posts are asking for slightly different things. Please keep voting for the ones you want to see most!

    Cheers,
    John [MS XL]

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  16. 474 votes
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    Hi Ken,

    Thanks for logging this one, and thanks to others for voting this up.. We’ve actually had this on our list to get to for some time and have been balancing doing this against other… The more the community helps us rank it higher, the better the signal on overall importance… so, for those that haven’t voted for this but want it, do vote!

    thanks
    ash [MS XL]

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  17. 31 votes
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    Thanks for your suggestion! Unfortunately we will not be able to address this in the near future. We’ll keep tracking the voting.

    The reason you can’t have 2 workbooks open with the same name is due to the way that linked workbooks are managed. If you have multiple workbooks open and you create a link between them, Excel shows the filename of the linked file. If there are 2 workbooks with the same name, then the formula would be ambiguous. You can read more about how Excel manages external links here – https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/328440/description-of-link-management-and-storage-in-excel.

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