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Thread: How to set up Excel Alphabetize in an Excel program

  1. #1
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    Sep 2010

    How to set up Excel Alphabetize in an Excel program

    I have set up a program on Excel spreadsheet to list the entire DVD disks information I have given each of them a serial number. I have collected the path of the entire cell present on the spreadsheet, if I need for finding any movie alphabetically which I have saved into the Excel spreadsheet, I just need to draw attention to the listing of the column. In the toolbar there were two symbols showing "A/Z or Z/A" these symbols have vanished from the toolbar of the Excel spreadsheet. Now how can I get them? Any reply related to this proble3m by will be appreciated.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2008

    Re: How to set up Excel Alphabetize in an Excel program

    I have gone with the similar kind of problem with my Microsoft Office 2007. I was not able to resolve this problem from my Sony Vaio laptop. But finally I have come up with the process of doing this, I have solved this problem from this step Right click a vacant part of the toolbar and see that the “Standard” is checked then you can be able to use it.

  3. #3
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    Nov 2008

    Re: How to set up Excel Alphabetize in an Excel program

    If you are using the Microsoft Office 2003 I think you must go for the Microsoft Office 2007 from your system and then try to use the Microsoft Office 2007 excel spreadsheet and make use of the Excel Alphabetize to keep the record of your movie list alphabetically. I hope you will be able to use this and you will like Microsoft Office 2007.

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    May 2008

    Re: How to set up Excel Alphabetize in an Excel program

    If you have a list of names in expression or in another Microsoft program you might be capable to copy and paste them into excel spreadsheet and then go after these information to alphabetize them.
    1. Underline the entire data you desire to alphabetize. Don’t forget the entire attach cells. In case if you have an address record and only underline the names and not the addresses the names will be alphabetized and the addresses won’t shift in the example beneath I have properly highlighted the data address register:
      Observe that you have to underline the top row. The system might be familiar with it as a Header Row or it might not. In process three we will have a possibility to tell the system that the top row is a Header Row and should not be in alphabetized.
    2. Go to “Data” on the menu bar and choose “Sort” from the record:
    3. In the next window we desire to confirm that the system knows that the above row is a Header Row and does not want to be alphabetized with the additional rows. If your above row is not a Header Row select “No Header Row” Then we need to choose the column heading to arrange by. In this case we need to arrange by “LastName” in “Ascending” categorize:
    4. Press “OK” and your record should be automatically arranged for you.
    5. Of course you could arrange by any heading you like to do. For example if your festival card record was really extensive and you could be eligible for bulk rate postage you would need to arrange your addresses by Zip Code for the postal office.

    You might also make use of this similar process to arrange any record. For example you could arrange a record of students and their SAT scores from uppermost to the lowermost.

  5. #5
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    May 2008

    Re: How to set up Excel Alphabetize in an Excel program

    If you are using Microsoft Office 2007 on your system and then you are facing this problem it means that you might be facing the problem of same Microsoft Office 2007 which you have installed on to your system. You may try to install the MS-Office 2007 again on your system you are using. I hope this will work for you.

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