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Sorting Imported sql data

I have imported data from a sql table, when I try and sort a selection of data brought into excel it is automatically taking all the data and not just the selection. The tick for my data has headers is automatically on and greyed out.

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Are you sure you imported the data or did you create a link to sql. If it is a link then it will not allow you to work with a subset of the data because it would effect the data on the sql database.

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Book indexing systems likely require such capabilities. That subject is in the realm of Nancy C. Mulvany (writer of 2005's Indexing Books); but good luck on getting a reply from such lofty heights.

Here is a page referring to how to sort Roman Numerals in Word tables: http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/software-os/f/3526/t/17598900

Here is some code for sorting Roman numerals: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6507536/how-to-sort-an-array-of-roman-numerals

Similarly, here is a discussion of use of vlookup: http://www.pcreview.co.uk/forums/sorting-data-using-roman-numerals-t2104212.html and also in the following Excel forum:

http://www.excelforum.com/excel-general/397231-sorting-data-using-roman-numerals.html

I doubt you want to use this online alphabetizer which can handle Roman numerals: http://alphabetizer.flap.tv/

Maybe I have misunderstood the question and you are wondering about something else besides sorting. But here is a link regarding some sql server sorting: http://sql.software.informer.com/download-sql-server-sort-roman-numerals/

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