Question about Microsoft Office Excel 2007
I have a list with 5 columns. All I want to do is sort A-Z. Using the toolbar buttons. When I do this, it skips the first line of data, and sorts the rest. Not sure why this happens, and it is always reproducable.
Ok, I realized that I wasn't paying attention when I created my test spreadsheet. My first cell wasn't sorting properly because it started with a ";" instead of a letter, so it always stayed at the top. I removed the extra character and repalced it with another letter, tried it again and it worked. If there's only 1 column, it doesn't ask to expand the selection. If there are nearby data cells, it asks you what you want to do. I was able to get it to work every time by selecting "Continue with existing selection" instead of "Expand selection".
Posted on May 14, 2009
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