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For example, if you want to delete A column. Click A and then right click. Select delete.

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Let me see if I got this right. You say you have 3 -- 50hp sump pumps and you are hauling 0nly 250,000 gallons a day. Next you say your basement fills with water 4'-6' deep. That means your basement is about 62,000 square feet. That includes 96" lally columns every 24' O/C. The only basement I ...

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Even though your question appears incomplete I think I know what you mean. To print one column you have to select the whole column by clicking on the column header. Then if you're in Excel 2007: 1) click on the Page Layout tab in the ribbon 2) in the Page Setup section select Print Area/Set ...

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Assuming the data is in A1 to A155 =COUNTIF(A1:A155,"x") will suffice. For more on the syntax try the advanced Excel manual available for 2003 and 2007 at http://www.mousetraining.co.uk/ms-training/microsoft-excel-training-courses.html

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If you have the old date/time in cell A1 and new in A2 put =(A2-A1)*24*60, change format to General and you'll get the total minutes. Take the *60 off to get hours or add *60 to get seconds.
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I have a very simple Excel spread sheet and I need ...

In C13 enter =B13+D13. Then select C13 through C113 and use Control-D to Fill Down.

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I think you would need a function like =if(and(condition 1, condition2."x","y") To pick up both conditions the rest of yoour function looks accurate. I will watch this question as I would love to know the full answer

I am trying to sort mailing address records from shipping address records

hi, you need to be more specific before others can help you. such as, how are these records lay out, where are the mailing address in relation to the shipping address etc. I am assuming these are in an Excel file. Exactly how do you want it sorted? It would help if you can provide an example.

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