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This Option includes renaming the global template file so that Word does not find it as expected when it restarts. This forces Word to re-create the global template file. By doing this, you save the original file in case you have to restore it. Be aware that when you rename the global template file, several settings are reset to their default values, including custom styles, custom toolbars, macros, and AutoText entries. Therefore, we strongly recommend that you save the global template file and do not delete it.Additionally, in certain situations, you may have more than one global template file. For example, this occurs if multiple versions of Word are running on the same computer, or if several workstation installations exist on the same computer. In these situations, make sure that you rename each global template file so that it clearly reflects the appropriate Word installation.




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The old global template file may contain customizations that can't be easily re-created. These customizations may include styles, macros, and AutoText entries. In this case, you may be able to copy the customizations from the old global template file to the new global template file by using the Organizer. For more information about how to use the Organizer to copy macros and styles, press F1 in Word to open Microsoft Word Help, type rename macros in the Search box, and then select Search to view the topic.


Suppose you have a list of orders and want to find the quantity based on 2 criteria, Customer name and Product. A complicating factor is that each customer ordered multiple products, as shown in the table below:


The simplest way is to add a helper column to the left of the table like we did in the first example. But this time, we will populate it with customer names and occurrence numbers like "John Doe1", "John Doe2", etc.


The MATCH function configured for exact match (0 in the last argument) compares the target name (E1) against the list of names (A2:A11) and returns the position of the first found match, which is 3 in our case. This number is going to be used as the starting row coordinate for the vlookup range, so we add 2 to it (+1 to exclude the first instance and +1 to exclude row 1 with the column headers). Alternatively, you can use 1+ROW(A1) to calculate the necessary adjustment automatically based on the position of the header row (A1 in our case).


Please pay attention that although the month names start in column B, we use A1:I1 for the lookup array. This is done in order for the number returned by MATCH to correspond to the column's position in table_array of VLOOKUP.


As you can see, all the named ranges have a common part (Sales) and unique parts (CA, FL, KS). Please be sure to name your ranges in a similar manner as it's essential for the formula we are going to build.


Please pay attention that, in the lookup value ($A2), we've locked the column coordinate with absolute cell reference so that the column remains fixed when the formula is copied to the right. In the B$1 reference, we locked the row because we want the column coordinate to change and supply an appropriate name part to INDIRECT depending on the column into which the formula is copied:


If your main table is organized differently, the lookup values in a row and unique parts of the range names in a column, then you should lock the row coordinate in the lookup value (B$1) and the column coordinate in the name parts ($A2):


Hi, i have a table with 50rows (drugs) and 30 columns (Citties) and sales qty of drugs are spread for each Citty. I need that this table of data returns in 3 columns named : City , Drugs,Sales Qty.How can i do this ?Br.Odi


I have multiple file for Raw data and one main file. like below. I need to know the last name of all EMP ID from all files to main file. How can i get this in single formula, by combined the all data in one file i can get that but its time taking. can i get this without combined the data in one file?


Hi, I have created a training report to pull the completion status of each of the trainee in my list. We do have several course translations so the challenge is that, I am not sure which among the course language translations did the trainee take to be marked "completed". I am taking the information from a learning management system's raw data but it contains 77k rows from multiple countries. I tried using a combination of nested IFERRORa and VLOOKUP functions to do this, and is using a helper column to combine the course name and the trainee's User ID then I added this in the first column of my massive raw data while the status comes next to it.


I am stuck at a point. I am trying to apply formula for duplicate entries. In your example, you have one customer name with multiple duplicate values. My sheet has got multiple customer names with duplicate values. I used the formula in the article, but the formula gives a nil value after 5 entries. Can you please help.?


I'm having difficulty getting one of your examples to fit my scenario. I have 2 tables. Each includes the person's name and a date. I want to match the name / date combination in one table with the same combination in the other table, then return a third field.


In one table, I have dates across the top (column headings) and names down the side (row headings). I want to match the date / name combination from that table to the date / name combination in another table (see below) and return another field, in this case the city.


HiI'm trying to get all duplicate values in the lookup range from pivot table report into manual customised report.1. Pivot table worksheet have multiple duplicate names in the first column with various values in the eighth column.2. Summary worksheet have manual customised report layout with merged rows of all the names which are in the pivot table report.3.I would like to display all the values of those duplicate names from the pivot table to the manual summary worksheet report.Is that possible, please give me the right formula.I tried =IFERROR(INDEX($K$7:$K$60,SMALL(IF($P$5=D7:D60,ROW(K7:K60),""),ROW()-3)),""), but it shows no values.please help.thanks in advance


I have a 2 column table (Wards and teams) to know what team does roadworks in what ward.Some roadworks are in multiple wards however, needing several teams.In this event, the column 'wards' in another table (called roadworks) would show each ward separated with a '/'. Some ward names have spaces in them.


hi i'm trying to use vlookup to pull data from multiple sheets. i'm ok with vlookup within a sheet but how do i read a sheet name from a cell then go to that sheet and use vlookup normally. basically i have sheet with a list of other sheets in it this list changes from an outside data source so i need to read the sheet name and return some data from this sheet.


"How to get all duplicate values in the lookup range" -- your information here is great! I need to know how to do the above using VLookup. Index and Match do not seem to work. I am using Excel 2013. This is my issue:


Hello,I'm trying to make a meal plan tracker and I'm having a difficult time adding a formula to it.One whole sheet is a food list with name, amount, calories, carbs, and fats. The other sheet is where I'm putting the formula and the columns are food, serving, calories, protein, carbs, fats.I want to be able to input my food column and have it pull the info from the other sheet.I was doing it column by column, this is what I have so far but it won't work:=vlookup(vlookup(a2,list!$a$1:$f$41,0,false),calories,0,false)


Use the full ID of the resource: When specifying aresource, ensure that you use its full ID, and not its user-supplied name ordescription. For example, when specifying a security group in a request, useits ID in the form sg-xxxxxxxx.


One of the important features in GRUB is flexibility; GRUB understandsfilesystems and kernel executable formats, so you can load an arbitraryoperating system the way you like, without recording the physicalposition of your kernel on the disk. Thus you can load the kerneljust by specifying its file name and the drive and partition where thekernel resides.


When booting with GRUB, you can use either a command-line interface(see Command-line interface), or a menu interface (see Menu interface). Using the command-line interface, you type the drivespecification and file name of the kernel manually. In the menuinterface, you just select an OS using the arrow keys. The menu isbased on a configuration file which you prepare beforehand(see Configuration). While in the menu, you can switch to thecommand-line mode, and vice-versa. You can even edit menu entriesbefore using them.


In the following chapters, you will learn how to specify a drive, apartition, and a file name (see Naming convention) to GRUB, how toinstall GRUB on your drive (see Installation), and how to boot yourOSes (see Booting), step by step.


Over the next few years, GRUB was extended to meet many needs, but itquickly became clear that its design was not keeping up with the extensionsbeing made to it, and we reached the point where it was very difficult tomake any further changes without breaking existing features. Around 2002,Yoshinori K. Okuji started work on PUPA (Preliminary Universal ProgrammingArchitecture for GNU GRUB), aiming to rewrite the core of GRUB to make itcleaner, safer, more robust, and more powerful. PUPA was eventually renamedto GRUB 2, and the original version of GRUB was renamed to GRUB Legacy.Small amounts of maintenance continued to be done on GRUB Legacy, but thelast release (0.97) was made in 2005 and at the time of writing it seemsunlikely that there will be another.


followed by a TAB, and GRUB will display the list of drives,partitions, or file names. So it should be quite easy to determine thename of your target partition, even with minimal knowledge of thesyntax.


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