In the last webinar I mentioned a new add-in that I have been working on with Randy, a student of The VBA Pro Course. The add-in is called Filter Mate.
The goal of Filter Mate is to help make it easier to work with filtered ranges and Tables in Excel. I just recorded a quick video that gives a preview of how Filter Mate works.
The add-in I have been talking about for weeks is finally available. And I have a few bonuses to go with it. Plus, a special limited time offer!
Here is a quote from David, a PivotPal user…
The VBA Immediate Window is an awesome tool that allows you to get immediate answers about your Excel files, and quickly execute code. It is built into the Visual Basic Editor, and has many different uses that can be very helpful when writing macros, debugging code, and displaying the results of your code.
The free Chart Alignment Add-in for Excel allows you to quickly align the objects within a chart. The chart titles, labels, and legends can be moved using the arrow keys on the keyboard or with the alignment buttons in the add-in window.
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