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Find Command, shading a Table
I have always loved the FIND command when working with rosters of names on a table for scheduling. This command still works in Office 2010 but I can't shade EVERY table box for the name I've found. AS an exam0ple, if I have "Susie" scheduled for an activity 9 times on the same table in random cells, I can FIND her names on the table, but I used to be able to shade/color in her cells on the schedule. Does someone else know how to do this?
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