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1. Hello ZAIN,
Thanks for your comment. I am replying to you on behalf of ExcelDemy. For Example 5, you will have to keep 2 things in mind.
1. You will have to change the ColumnCount in the ListBox Properties according to your dataset.
2. In the VBA code, you will have to change Row and Column numbers according to your dataset.
Regards
Mashhura,
ExcelDemy.

2. Hi XIONG YANG,
Thanks for your comment. I am replying on behalf of ExcelDemy. You can not add a label directly in the QR Code. But, you can add a label to the cell where you are inserting the QR Code by following these simple steps.
Step-01: Write the following VBA code in the module instead of the code that is provided in this article.
Function GenerateQR(qrcode_value As String)
Dim URL As String
Dim My_Cell As Range
Set My_Cell = Application.Caller
On Error Resume Next
On Error GoTo 0
ActiveSheet.Pictures.Insert(URL).Select
With Selection.ShapeRange(1)
.Name = "My_QR_CODE_" & My_Cell.Address(False, False)
.Left = My_Cell.Left + 5
.Top = My_Cell.Top + 5
End With
GenerateQR = ActiveCell.Offset(0, -1).Value
End Function

Now, Save the code and go back to your worksheet.
Step-02: Select the cells where you want the QR Codes >> go to the Home tab >> select Bottom Align.

Step-03: Select the cell where you want the QR Code >> write the following formula in that cell.
=GenerateQR(B5)

Next, press Enter and you will get the QR Code with the Label.

Step-04: Finally, get the QR Codes for other data in the same way.

Regards
Mashhura,
ExcelDemy.

3. Hey ERIK NIELSEN,
Thanks for your comment. I am replying to you on behalf of ExcelDemy. If you want to get metadata from subfolders of the specified source folder then you can use the jamsoftware that is used in the “How to Export File Metadata to Excel” section of this article. Let’s see the steps.
• Firstly, download and then copy and paste the FileList.exe file to the folder from where you want to get the metadata by following the steps from the “How to Export File Metadata to Excel” section of this article.

• Secondly, press Windows Key + R.
• Thirdly, write cmd in the Open section.
• Then, select OK.

• After that, write cd C:\Images. Here, C:\Images is the source folder path.
• Then, press Enter.

• Next, write the command below.
FileList.exe /USECOLUMNSNAME,FULLPATH,LASTCHANGE,EXTENSION,SIZE, AUTHORS,System.Photo.DateTaken > output.txt
• Then, press Enter.

• After that, minimize the window.

• Now, you will see a txt file is created in your selected location. It contains the metadata from all the subfolders.

• Next, open an Excel file >> go to Data tab >> select From Text/CSV.

• Afterward, select the txt file >> select Import.

• Now, you will see the metadata are imported to a table.
• Then, select Comma as Delimiter >> select Load.

• Finally, you will see all the metadata from the subfolders is loaded to an Excel sheet.

Regards
Mashhura,
ExcelDemy.

4. Hey MARK,
Thanks for your comment. I am replying to you on behalf of ExcelDemy. For the provided practice workbook, I used the following VBA code and it solved this problem for me.

Function QR_Generator(qrcodes_values As String)

Dim Site_URL As String
Dim Cell_Values As Range

Set Cell_Values = Application.Caller
On Error Resume Next
Worksheets("Using User Defined Function").Pictures("Generated_QR_CODES_" & Cell_Values.Address(False, False)).Delete
On Error GoTo 0
Worksheets("Using User Defined Function").Pictures.Insert(Site_URL).Select
With Selection.ShapeRange(1)
.Name = "Generated_QR_CODES_" & Cell_Values.Address(False, False)
.Left = Cell_Values.Left + 2
.Top = Cell_Values.Top + 2
End With
QR_Generator = ""

End Function

Now, Save the code and go back to your worksheet. Let’s see the steps of using the function.
Step-01: Select the cells where you want the QR Codes. Here, I selected cell range D5:D7 >> write the following formula.
=QR_Generator(C5)

Step-02: Press Ctrl + Enter and you will get your desired output.

Regards
Mashhura,
ExcelDemy.

5. Hi TIAGO,
Thanks for your comment. I am replying to you on behalf of ExcelDemy. You can get the correct value by using the COUNTA function instead of the SUM function. Let’s see the steps.
Step-01: Write the following formula in the selected cell.
=E5/COUNTA(\$C\$5:\$C\$16)

Step-02: Press Enter to get the Average.

Step-03: Drag the Fill Handle down to copy the formula to the other cells.

Regards
Mashhura,
ExcelDemy.

6. Hello Alun Vaughan-Evans,
Thanks for your comment. I am replying to you on behalf of ExcelDemy. There is a way to keep the formatting and also values. You can follow these steps to do that.
Step-01: Select the range you want to copy and then copy the range by pressing Ctrl + C on your keyboard.

Step-02: Select the cell where you want to paste the range. And then go to Home > Paste > Values & Source Formatting (like the following image).

Finally, you will see that you have copied the values with formatting.

Regards
Mashhura
ExcelDemy

7. Hello JC,
You can follow the steps from the Feature of Eisenhower Matrix Template in Excel section. If it still doesn’t work then check if all cells contain the formula in the Eisenhower Matrix.
And, while making your own Eisenhower Matrix, check if you are applying for the same range as in this article. If not, change your ranges accordingly in the formula.
Lastly, if you are using an older version of Microsoft Excel then press Ctrl + Shift + Enter while entering the formula.
I hope this will help you to solve your problem. If none of these works then you can let us know at [email protected] with your Excel file and problem details. We will try our best to solve your problem.
Regards
Mashhura
ExcelDemy

8. Hi SEM,
Thanks for your comment. I am replying to you on behalf of ExcelDemy. If you want to filter dates older than a number of days from today, you can follow the steps from Method-2. But, instead of the formula used here, write the following formula.
=C5<(TODAY()-30)

Here, I wrote the formula for dates older than 30 days from today. You can change the formula according to your preference.
Regards
Mashhura
ExcelDemy

9. Hi Penny,
If you check to see if the cells are blank or not then they will be evaluated as not blank because the cells contain formula. If you need blank cells then you can follow these steps.
Step-01: In a Helper Column use any of the formulas from this article. But instead of an empty string ("") write a letter or a special character ("#") in the formula.
=IF((D5*E5)>2000,D5*E5,”#”)

Step-02: Copy the values from the Helper Column and Paste them as Values where you want the final output.

Step-03: Press Ctrl + H and the Find and Replace dialog box will appear. Replace # with nothing and you will get your blank cells.

Finally, if you check the cells, then you will see the cells are blank.

I have shared the necessary images for your convenience. I hope this will solve your problem. Please let me know if you have other queries.
Thanks!

10. Hello DQNOK,

11. Hello Frank,
This article contains different methods for different situations. Method 1.3 hides the numbers that are less than Zero. But, if you want to hide zeros only then you can try the following code.

Option Explicit
Sub Hide_Rows_With_Zero()
Dim row As Long
Dim col As Long
Dim qq As Boolean
For row = 6 To 14
qq = True
For col = 2 To 4
If Cells(row, col).Value <> 0 Then
qq = False
Exit For
End If
Next col
Rows(row).Hidden = qq
Next row
End Sub