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2 ways to auto-sort a numerical table using simple formulae when cells in a totals column are modified

On 2013/07/11 06:00 PM, Dave Barton wrote:
Johnny Rosenberg wrote:
2013/7/11 Errol Goetsch <>:
Hi all

You can get to a auto-sorted table in 4 steps without macros by using
vlookup, hlookup, count, max and min.
Ive sent Charles a working example for 20 salespeople over 12 months, where
the duplicate list re-sorts as soon as the YTD total changes.
Why not upload it somewhere and give us the link? Maybe someone else
want to study it. Me, for instanceĆ¢?S(

Johnny Rosenberg



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