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Current recordset does not support updating vba

I’ll illustrate these special ranges using this simple pivot table, which comes from an example formerly available on the Microsoft web site (I can no longer locate it).

One way to overcome this is by changing the style of the cells (see this article) in the table back to the Normal style. The little macro below fixes that by first making a copy of the normal style, setting its Number checkbox to false and then applying the new style without number format to the table. Named rnages appear as a database table, but not Excel 2007 tables. Good morning - maybe this is a stupid question, but how do I use vba to obtain the table name that the activecell is in? In the table is another field called [Access Level].

Tables allow you to format things like that automatically, but now your preexisting formatting messes up the table formatting. but I can't treat them as a database name for SQL queries (example, in the MS Query builder). Sub Delete_Lotsa_Rows() Dim o List As List Object Dim l Ct as Long Set o List = Worksheets(1). When the User opens the Workbook, I want to set some Workbook and Worksheet properties based on the User's access level.

You cannot delete them and they get renamed automatically when you change a table's name. Screen Updating=True An important difference between Excel 2003 lists and Excel 2007 tables is that the Insert Row Range property of the List Object only works when the table is empty. Running the macro is very, very slow relative to the action from the UI. Hello, First of all - thanks for this useful guide! thanks, Radek Hello, I have a question regarding tables in use with VBA. Color Index = 2 'White End If End With Case "Started" With rg Cell.