SEARCH

The How-To Geek Forums Have Migrated to Discourse

How-To Geek Forums / Microsoft Office

(Solved) - Find duplicate cells in Excel

(23 posts)
  • Started 1 year ago by 6card
  • Latest reply from moreeg
  • Topic Viewed 1749 times

moreeg
moreeg
Posts: 842

I wouldn't have mentioned it only I wanted to try out some other HTML tags that obviously didn't work

by george I think I've got it now maybe (pressing my luck here)

Enthusiast - thanks for your edit - (next post) and trying to put me out of my

hunt and try
method misery
the <> does work for u and code but now I'm going a little crazy with trying out codes. Good thing I have to go to work otherwise I'd be at it all day long

Posted 1 year ago
Top
 
Enthusiast
Enthusiast
Posts: 566

moreeg,

You have to use brackets instead of < and >.

"[ quote ]" This is a quote "[ /quote ]"

This is a quote

I see you found < strike > :)

Moderators,

Is there a list of codes that work on these forums?

Posted 1 year ago
Top
 
moreeg
moreeg
Posts: 842

uh oh - looks like I've stepped onto a minefield with this BB talk. It's all been done before with not a good resolution for those wanting to use it

I'll shut up now before I'm booted for straying from topic (which, I admit, I have done).

Posted 1 year ago
Top
 



Topic Closed

This topic has been closed to new replies.