A Better Way

BY STANLEY ZAROWIN


In the July 2006 column (page 83) I suggested a fast way to search multiple worksheets, but Seun Salami, CPA, an audit senior at Deloitte & Touche, Chicago, has a faster way: Instead of highlighting all the tabs (which could be tricky sometimes), just go to Find (Ctrl+F) and click on Options; then, in the Within box, click on the down arrow to Workbook (see screenshot below).

 

 

 

 

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