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Old June 4th, 2007, 05:00 AM
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Ok so here is my problem...I supervise a team...I have an Excel sheet with all client information...For clinical supervision I want my team members to open their own "Supervision.xls" and click a button...this button will open "Client.xls" and select "Client info sheet"...It will then hide rows c,d,g & f...it will then filter column "e" based on the specific caseworkers name ( say "Joe") and copy only the visable columns back to their "supervision.xls" Values only (doesn't effect the colour formating of Supervision.xls) then close "Client.xls"

Help please....

 
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Sample files and more info available at

http://www.excelforum.com/showthread.php?t=602267

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