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Multi-level To-Do list template
Today I will share a To-do list excel template with you. You can add text to the sheet and an […]
Open Excel files in a folder [VBA]
This tutorial shows you how to list excel files in a specific folder and create adjacent checkboxes, using VBA. The […]
Toggle a macro on/off using a button
This article demonstrates how the user can run a macro by press with left mouse button oning on a button, […]
Copy selected rows (checkboxes) (2/2)
This article demonstrates a macro that copies selected rows based on enabled check boxes. The image above shows data on […]
Add checkboxes to a sheet (1/2) [VBA]
In this post, I will demonstrate a macro that creates checkboxes in nonempty rows, see┬ácheckboxes in column E in image […]
Sum cells with check boxes
I will now demonstrate with the following table how to add check-boxes and sum enabled check-boxes using a formula. Add […]

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