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  1. 8 votes

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Yes, 1 of these would be useful.
    in my opinion, COLNUMBER("D") is unnecessary as COLUMN(D1) exists and is more concise

    a formula for COLLETTER() would be useful. I think the other suggestion elsewhere of COLUMNA() returning a letter from a numerical input would be more in keeping with the unspoken rules of formula naming.

    but basically, yes, this would be helpful!

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  5. 257 votes

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    Thanks for the suggestion. I think I’ve seen some related requests, I’ll look at merging them to make sure the votes properly reflect the ask. We’ll prioritize this into the execution pipe appropriately based on the number of votes.

    Cheers,
    John [MS XL]

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  7. 128 votes

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    come on already.
    why you would make IFNA() and not follow through with this, i don't know...

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  8. 517 votes

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    Thanks for your support of this suggestion and all the great ideas in the comments. We have at least one improvement planned (resizing the dialogs – see link in the description), and we’re looking at some additional improvements.

    If you have specific ideas that aren’t already listed, please add them in a comment.

    Steve [Microsoft Excel]

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Further to that, being able to reset the default mode (ie F2 edit mode) to
    suit your personal preference would be great. I'm always forgetting to
    press F2, and I've literally never wanted the non-edit-mode behaviour when
    editing conditional formatting rules...

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    why do we bother?
    this will clearly never get done, it seems.
    even the simple bits that would be so quick (e.g. window re-size, or re-order by format)...
    yours frustrated
    me

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  9. 165 votes

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    This is a great suggestion, but we’re marking it “Not at this time”, because there are many dialogs in Excel and we don’t have a plan to address all of them at one time. If there are specific dialogs you want improved, please vote for specific suggestions about those, or leave comments here. We’ll keep tracking the votes on this one.

    There is some good news. We’re working on making the Conditional Formatting dialogs resizable in Excel for Windows.

    Here’s more about that –
    https://excel.uservoice.com/forums/304921/suggestions/16092793

    Steve [Microsoft Excel]

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    agreed.

    so frustrating

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  10. 8 votes

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    i must have misunderstood, but just in case I haven't, try:

    =Hyperlink("#" & Address(1,1,1,1,"Sheet 1"), "Goto Sheet 1")

  11. 12 votes

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    yup. massively agrees. the workaround are not ok for my needs and I'm sure I'm not alone.

    =TIMESTAMP(A1)
    where it holds the last edit of A1
    I understand that if cell A1 is volatile, it would be difficult, but that would be very rare, and a timestamp function that only worked when cell A1 is a non-formula is all that's needed...

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    We’ve started rolling out the improvement to make the Conditional Formatting Rules Manager and rules dialogs resizable in Excel for Windows.

    If you have the latest update, you may already have the improvement. Make sure you update to version 16.0.136 or greater, and you should see the changes soon, if not already.

    Thanks for all the votes and comments for this suggestion.

    Steve [Microsoft Excel]

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