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Highlight unique values in a filtered excel table


 

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Customize excel maze


 

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  1. Terry says:

    Great work!!
    Thank you.

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Solve a maze


 

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  1. Wassim says:

    Hi, This is very cool, but I wonder what controls the thickness of the maze. In other words how can I make the maze a bit wider so my elderly mother can trace it with her aging eyes.

    Thanks and a very neat project.

    Wassim

    • Oscar says:

      Wassim,

      1. Go to "View" on the ribbon
      2. Enable "Headings"
      3. Select column B:DG on the sheet
      4. Change the column width

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Build a maze


 

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  1. mahmoud-lee says:

    Very beautiful

  2. Terry says:

    This is cool.
    I'm going to try to decipher this and make a different sized maze (maybe even variable) ... unless you think it would make a good project and blog post for you (hint :)).
    Either way, thanks.

  3. […] Terry wants to make a different sized maze and I think that is a great idea. Perhaps you remember that I built a maze in excel last week, if you don´t check it out. […]

  4. NARAYAN says:

    Hi Oscar ,

    Is it possible to create the maze so that both the entry and the exit are on the sides of the maze ? At present the end of the maze is in the middle of the maze.

    Narayan

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