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Luke M

Excel Ninja, Male, from Indianapolis, IN, USA

Want to hire me to work on your project? Contact me at: lukemoraga at gmail dot com Replace the "at" and "dot" with appropriate symbols :) Jan 22, 2016

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    1. Vijayarc
      Vijayarc
      Hi Luke, please help me on my new query,
      'Search row range in closed work book,' Posted tread in VBA macro
      Please look into it ,ur help will be highly appreciated
    2. Kishor Mhamunkar
      Kishor Mhamunkar
      HI Luke,

      I would like to get a macro code for the below activity.

      I have bank statement in CSV format, my macro code code should read the close csv and get relevant data and create another csv and paste it there.


      I have a database of account , account number and manageent company hence the code should only copy details for matching account from closed CSV .


      Can someone please help me.
    3. jb
      jb
      I don't know whether I can write here to you directly or not. But want to say thank you for your help. But still a small problem is there. I have explained problem in same post.
      Can you please help?
    4. MadhuKashyapa
      MadhuKashyapa
      Hi Luke,

      Is there a way to use Powerview reports without Silverlight?
      Also, how can we keep the interactivity on the mac?

      If the above both are not an option, is there a way to export the excel powerview report to a webpage?

      Thanks,

      Madhu
      1. Luke M
        Luke M
        Hi Madhu. I'm afraid I don't have much experience with Powerview or Silverlight, so I'm unable to give proper advice. :(
        Jan 31, 2018
      2. MadhuKashyapa
        MadhuKashyapa
        Thanks Luke!

        Is there anyone you would recommend that I can get in touch with.

        Or is there a work around to make the slicers and graphs work on mac?

        I have to create some interactive reports for the higher management and they are all on Mac. What's the best way to approach this?

        Madhu
        Jan 31, 2018
    5. huzzayf
      huzzayf
    6. Luke M
      Luke M
      Want to hire me to work on your project? Contact me at: lukemoraga at gmail dot com Replace the "at" and "dot" with appropriate symbols :)
    7. Luke M
      Luke M
      500 likes! Thanks to everyone who gave their feedback. :)
    8. Luke M
      Luke M
    9. Luke M
      Luke M
      Just got my 250th like. :) Only 250 more to get the last trophy! :D
    10. Luke M
      Luke M
      Random fact of the day, I do actually read every post in the "Hello...Introduce Yourself" thread.
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    My story:
    Started seriously using Excel back in 2004 (Office 2000!) as a lowly intern. Kept getting assigned mundane, repetitive tasks every month and realized there had to be a better way. Colleague introduced me to the Microsoft Office forums, where I was able to ask questions about how to build macros. I went through every function in XL at the time, and learned what they meant. Since then, I've continued to challenge myself by visiting forums and reading about technique. I discovered Chandoo's site from a recommendation on Jon Peltier's site where I was studying tutorials on charts and examples of bad charts. Joined the forums here soon after, loved the community, and became the 2nd ninja (after Hui). I love seeing new questions/challenges every day, as it gives my skills the practice and excercise they need to stay sharp. :)