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    Hey,

    I have a some code which will output a table depending on the users choices in an initial menu. I then use:

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    to remove any duplicates in the final table but it is also removing the formatting of the cells which means when the program is run again - if the new results table is longer than the last, the last few rows don't match the formatting that was set in the sheet.

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    Re: Use VBA Remove Duplicates without removing cell formatting

    Hello Harriet.Jones,

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    To help you with this problem, you should post your workbook. We need to see how the data is arranged, what formulas you are using, etc. Otherwise, we are wasting time by guessing.

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    Re: Use VBA Remove Duplicates without removing cell formatting

    Thanks Leith Ross , Do you need the entire doc or just a copy of the problem page - before and after?

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    Re: Use VBA Remove Duplicates without removing cell formatting

    Hello Harriet.Jones,

    You say entire "doc". Is this a Word document or an Excel workbook?

    Either way, you should post the entire document. Be sure to include and "after" page as well then we know how the final for should look.

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    Re: Use VBA Remove Duplicates without removing cell formatting

    Tool_HJ.xlsm

    I just want the formatting on the results page to remain up until the 108th line.

    If this isnt a simple addition to the .RemoveDuplicates line then I will have to recreate the formatting within the code each time. I just want to know if the first option is possible.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Use VBA Remove Duplicates without removing cell formatting

    The email to manager bit at the bottom did you need the code for that too ?

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    Re: Use VBA Remove Duplicates without removing cell formatting

    @donkey_uk Did you mean to add that to the thread? Which bit do you mean?

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    Re: Use VBA Remove Duplicates without removing cell formatting

    Sorry wrong post

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    Re: Use VBA Remove Duplicates without removing cell formatting

    Hello Harriet.Jones,

    The macro below has been added to the attached workbook. Now the workbook opens with the list boxes filled in.

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