Am 26.05.2012 12:40, Andreas Säger wrote:
The linked data range resizes dynamically with every refresh.
Any formula cells directly adjacent to the import range will expand and
shrink with the resized data range. So the clearly defined row sets of a
database enable dynamically resizing formula ranges. A feature that does
not exist with a pure spreadsheet. Tons of silly macro code have been
written for this.
All references in formulas, conditional formatting, validation and
charts dynamically adjust to the resized data range.
A reference A2:A99 becomes A2:A100 when the import range grows by one
row after refresh.
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