Shamima Sultana

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Shamima Sultana, BSc, Computer Science and Engineering, East West University, Bangladesh, has been working with the ExcelDemy project for 2 years. She has written over 75+ articles and reviewed 1000+ articles for ExcelDemy. She has also led several teams with Excel VBA and Content Development works. Currently, she is working as the Project Manager and oversees the day-to-day work, leads the services team, allocates resources to the right area, etc. Her work and learning interests vary from Microsoft Office Suites, and Excel to Data Analysis, Data Science, VBA, Python, and developing Excel Applications.

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Project Manager at ExcelDemy in SOFTEKO.

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Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Education

B.sc in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), East West University.

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Data Analysis, Content Writing, C, C++, Python, JavaScript (Basic), HTML, SQL, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Microsoft Office.

Experience

  • Project Management
  • Technical Content Writing
  • Team Management
  • Software Engineer
    • Data Architecture [Analysis and Diagram]
    • Data Governance [Using Excel and Postgre SQL]
    • 3D Object Visualization [Using Python]
  • Undergraduate Projects
    • Industrial Visit Planning Website
    • Database Management System
    • Factoid Question Answering System (over Bangla Comprehension)

Summary

  • Currently working as Project Manager of ExcelDemy
  • Started technical content writing of Excel & VBA in October 2021 later prompted as Team Leader for Content Management.
  • I worked at Adipster Tech Limited as a Software Engineer from November 2020 – May 2021. I’ve Done several real-life projects and documented several projects with analytical reports.

Research & Publication

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How to Change Row Height in Excel (6 Easy Ways)

Today, we are going to show how to change Row Height in Excel. Excel worksheet cells are a combination of rows and columns. By default, it remains the same for ...

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  1. Hi Arda
    Hope you are doing well.

    I checked the code you mentioned above and it works. To make it more clear I’m attaching some images with the code.

    Here, I tried the exact code in the same dataset.
    MsgBox Range("E5").End(xlToRight).Offset(0, 1).Address

    You can see the result $G$5.

    Again I changed the dataset slightly.

    Here, the result is also based on the location.

    NB. If it doesn’t help you then please send your dataset to [email protected] or [email protected]

    Thanks
    Shamima Sultana
    ExcelDemy

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  5. Hello Lory,

    You can use the following formula: =IFERROR(INDEX(‘Round 1′!$B$3:$AJ$25,MATCH(A5,’Round 1’!$B$3:$B$25, 0),34),””)
    It will leave a cell blank if no matches are found.

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    The Measuring unit of the result is “Mile”.

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  10. Hello Vini,

    Updated the code spilt data into multiple Excel file.

    Sub Split_Data_Multiple_Files()
        Dim L As Long
        Dim DS As Worksheet
        Dim VCL As Integer
        Dim XCL As Long
        Dim MARY As Variant
        Dim title As String
        Dim titlerow As Integer
        Dim newWorkbook As Workbook
        Dim newSheet As Worksheet
        Dim filePath As String
        
        Application.ScreenUpdating = False
        
        VCL = Application.InputBox(prompt:="Which column would you like to filter by?", title:="Filter column", Type:=1)
        Set DS = ActiveSheet
        L = DS.Cells(DS.Rows.Count, VCL).End(xlUp).Row
        title = "A1"
        titlerow = DS.Range(title).Cells(1).Row
        XCL = DS.Columns.Count
        DS.Cells(3, XCL) = "Unique"
        
        For X = 2 To L
            On Error Resume Next
            If DS.Cells(X, VCL) <> "" And Application.WorksheetFunction.Match(DS.Cells(X, VCL), DS.Columns(XCL), 0) = 0 Then
                DS.Cells(DS.Rows.Count, XCL).End(xlUp).Offset(1) = DS.Cells(X, VCL)
            End If
        Next
        
        MARY = Application.WorksheetFunction.Transpose(DS.Columns(XCL).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeConstants))
        DS.Columns(XCL).Clear
        
        For X = 2 To UBound(MARY)
            DS.Range(title).AutoFilter field:=VCL, Criteria1:=MARY(X) & ""
            Set New_Workbook = Workbooks.Add
            Set New_Sheet = newWorkbook.Sheets(1)
            DS.Range("A" & titlerow & ":A" & L).EntireRow.Copy New_Sheet.Range("A4")
            DS.AutoFilterMode = False
            New_Sheet.Columns.AutoFit
            filePath = ThisWorkbook.Path & "\" & MARY(X) & ".xlsx"
            New_Workbook.SaveAs filePath
            New_Workbook.Close False
        Next
        
        DS.Activate
        Application.ScreenUpdating = True
    End Sub
    

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  11. Hello Syed Mohisn Ahmed,

    Updated the code in the marked section. Where I replaced “Rupees” text from condition.

    Updated Code

    You can use the following code.

    Function word(SNum As String)
    'Declare the Variables
    Dim zDPInt As Integer
    Dim zArrPlace As Variant
    Dim zRStr_Paisas As String
    Dim zNumStr As String
    Dim zP As Integer
    Dim zTemp As String
    Dim zStrTemp As String
    Dim zRStr As String
    Dim zBp As Integer
    zArrPlace = Array("", "", " Thousand ", " Lacs ", " Crores ", " Trillion ", "", "", "", "")
    On Error Resume Next
    If SNum = "" Then
      word = ""
      Exit Function
    End If
    zNumStr = Trim(Str(SNum))
    If zNumStr = "" Then
      word = ""
      Exit Function
    End If
     
    zRStr = ""
    zBp = 0
    If (zNumStr > 999999999.99) Then
        word = "Digit excced Maximum limit"
        Exit Function
    End If
    zDPInt = InStr(zNumStr, ".")
    If zDPInt > 0 Then
        If (Len(zNumStr) - zDPInt) = 1 Then
           zRStr_Paisas = word_GetT(Left(Mid(zNumStr, zDPInt + 1) & "0", 2))
        ElseIf (Len(xNumStr) - xDPInt) > 1 Then
           zRStr_Paisas = word_GetT(Left(Mid(zNumStr, zDPInt + 1), 2))
        End If
            zNumStr = Trim(Left(zNumStr, zDPInt - 1))
        End If
        zP = 1
        Do While zNumStr <> ""
            If (zP >= 2) Then
                zTemp = Right(zNumStr, 2)
            Else
                If (Len(zNumStr) = 2) Then
                    zTemp = Right(zNumStr, 2)
                ElseIf (Len(zNumStr) = 1) Then
                    zTemp = Right(zNumStr, 1)
                Else
                    zTemp = Right(zNumStr, 3)
                End If
            End If
            zStrTemp = ""
            If Val(zTemp) > 99 Then
                zStrTemp = word_GetH(Right(zTemp, 3), zBp)
                If Right(Trim(xStrTemp), 3) <> "Lac" Then
                zBp = zBp + 1
                End If
            ElseIf Val(zTemp) <= 99 And Val(zTemp) > 9 Then
                zStrTemp = word_GetT(Right(zTemp, 2))
            ElseIf Val(zTemp) < 10 Then
                zStrTemp = word_GetD(Right(zTemp, 2))
            End If
            If zStrTemp <> "" Then
                zRStr = zStrTemp & zArrPlace(zP) & zRStr
            End If
            If zP = 2 Then
                If Len(zNumStr) = 1 Then
                    zNumStr = ""
                Else
                    zNumStr = Left(zNumStr, Len(zNumStr) - 2)
                End If
           ElseIf zP = 3 Then
                If Len(zNumStr) >= 3 Then
                     zNumStr = Left(zNumStr, Len(zNumStr) - 2)
                Else
                    zNumStr = ""
                End If
            ElseIf zP = 4 Then
              zNumStr = ""
        Else
            If Len(zNumStr) <= 2 Then
            zNumStr = ""
        Else
            zNumStr = Left(zNumStr, Len(zNumStr) - 3)
            End If
        End If
            zP = zP + 1
    Loop
        If zRStr = "" Then
           zRStr = "No Rupees"
        Else
           zRStr = " Rupees " & zRStr
        End If
        If zRStr_Paisas <> "" Then
           zRStr_Paisas = " and " & zRStr_Paisas & " Paisas"
        End If
        word = zRStr & zRStr_Paisas & " Only"
        End Function
    Function word_GetH(zStrH As String, zBp As Integer)
    Dim zRStr As String
    If Val(zStrH) < 1 Then
        word_GetH = ""
        Exit Function
        'Converts a Number from 100 to 999 into Word
    Else
       zStrH = Right("000" & zStrH, 3)
       If Mid(zStrH, 1, 1) <> "0" Then
            If (zBp > 0) Then
             zRStr = word_GetD(Mid(zStrH, 1, 1)) & " Lac "
            Else
             zRStr = word_GetD(Mid(zStrH, 1, 1)) & " Hundred "
            End If
        End If
        If Mid(zStrH, 2, 1) <> "0" Then
            zRStr = zRStr & word_GetT(Mid(zStrH, 2))
        Else
            zRStr = zRStr & word_GetD(Mid(zStrH, 3))
        End If
    End If
        word_GetH = zRStr
    End Function
    Function word_GetT(zTStr As String)
        Dim zTArr1 As Variant
        Dim zTArr2 As Variant
        Dim zRStr As String
        'Converts a Number from 10 to 19 into Word
        
        zTArr1 = Array("Ten", "Eleven", "Twelve", "Thirteen", "Fourteen", "Fifteen", "Sixteen", "Seventeen", "Eighteen", "Nineteen")
        'Converts a Number from 20 to 99 into Word
        
        zTArr2 = Array("", "Twenty", "Thirty", "Forty", "Fifty", "Sixty", "Seventy", "Eighty", "Ninety")
        Result = ""
        If Val(Left(zTStr, 1)) = 1 Then
            zRStr = zTArr1(Val(Mid(zTStr, 2, 1)))
        Else
            If Val(Left(zTStr, 1)) > 0 Then
                zRStr = zTArr2(Val(Left(zTStr, 1)) - 1)
            End If
            zRStr = zRStr & word_GetD(Right(zTStr, 1))
        End If
          word_GetT = zRStr
    End Function
    Function word_GetD(zDStr As String)
    Dim zArr_1() As Variant
    'Converts a Number from 1 to 9 into Word
    
        zArr_1 = Array(" One", " Two", " Three", " Four", " Five", " Six", " Seven", " Eight", " Nine", "")
        If Val(zDStr) > 0 Then
            word_GetD = zArr_1(Val(zDStr) - 1)
        Else
            word_GetD = ""
        End If
    End Function
    

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  12. Hello,

    Thanks for reaching out to us.

    First, remember that rules and instructions for interest calculation after garnishment order vary among countries and states. Next, post-judgment interest accrues only on the unpaid balance of the judgment.

    However, to calculate interest if the judgment was turned into a garnishment, you can follow the steps below.
    1. Take your judgment amount and deduct the amount of garnishment.
    2. Multiply it by your post-judgment rate (%).
    3. Take the total and divide it by 365 (the number of days in a year).
    4. With the amount of post-judgment interest per day (in step 3), multiply it by the number of days from your date of judgment to the date you file your execution.

    Simply, use the following formula to calculate interest if the judgment was turned into a garnishment:
    Interest after Garnishment = (Judgment Amount – Garnished Amount) ( Interest Rate / 365) Interim Days

    Thanks again for your thoughtful comments, especially the points you made about garnishment. It adds valuable perspective to our discussion.

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  18. Hello Smn,

    Formula of Exercise -5: =AND(G102=”Astro”,OR(C102=”Laptop”,C102=”Mobile Phone”)) is used to check multiple conditions using the AND and OR logical functions.

    Here,

    G102=”Astro”: It checks the value of G102 is equal to “Astro” or not.

    OR(C102=”Laptop”,C102=”Mobile Phone”): It checks the value of cell C102 is equal to either “Laptop” or “Mobile Phone”. Here, the OR function will return TRUE if any of the conditions are TRUE.

    AND(G102=”Astro”, OR(C102=”Laptop”, C102=”Mobile Phone”)): Here, the AND function combines the two conditions. It will return TRUE only if both/two conditions are TRUE.

    Exercise-5 solution

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    To do a conditional formatting follow the steps of method 1. Instead of using custom option from format cells, you can use the Alignment options.
    Go to Format cells dialog box then from Alignment select any select any Alignments of your choice.

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    11 means – Numbers 1 (Monday) through 7 (Sunday). Here the weeks starts from Monday. So it will count the days of week from Monday and the integer value will be 1, Tuesday (2) and so on.

    day of weeks

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    In applies to select the rows
    Applies to

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    Press OK

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    Function NumberToWords(ByVal Number As Long) As String
        Dim Ones() As String
        Dim Tens() As String
        Dim Group() As String
        Dim Result As String
        
        Ones = Split("One,Two,Three,Four,Five,Six,Seven,Eight,Nine", ",")
        Tens = Split("Ten,Eleven,Twelve,Thirteen,Fourteen,Fifteen,Sixteen,Seventeen,Eighteen,Nineteen", ",")
        Group = Split("Twenty,Thirty,Forty,Fifty,Sixty,Seventy,Eighty,Ninety", ",")
        
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            Result = ""
        ElseIf Number < 10 Then
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                Result = Group(Int(Number / 10) - 2)
            Else
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            End If
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        ElseIf Number < 1000000 Then
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        ElseIf Number < 1000000000 Then
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        Else
            Result = "Number is too large."
        End If
        
        NumberToWords = Trim(Result)
    End Function

    Now, return to your worksheet. Type in the following formula in the cell where you require the output and press Enter key.
    =NumberToWords(B5) & ” Taka Only”
    Here, B5 indicates the reference of the cell where you have the input number.

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    Right-click with the mouse and select Format Cells.

    monthly staff attendance

    In the Format Cells window, select Romanian (Moldova) under the Locale menu.
    Then, select any type under the Type menu and click the OK button.

    The month and date are changed into Romanian from English. Do the same process for cell E7.

    2. If an employee works on Saturday and/or Sunday, how can I collect those weekend hours separately, in a cell?

    Let’s say the first employee works on Saturday and Sunday for 5 and 6 hours respectively. He works on 4 weekends which you can see in the picture. To sum these values we’ll use the SUMIFS function.
    Apply the formula in any cell where you want the weekend hours, let’s say cell AM11-
    =SUMIFS($F$11:$AJ$11,$F$11:$AJ$11,"<>P",$F$11:$AJ$11,"<>A")

    After pressing Enter you’ll get the total weekend hours. You can use the Fill Handle tool to apply this formula to other employees.

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    1. First, set a Name to the range that contains the Find & Replace with columns (In this case E5:F6). To do that, select the range and type a suitable name on the Name Box. Suppose you give the name “Find_Replace_Array”
    2. Now, open a new module and write the given code of method 1.
    3. Then, on the code, replace the line :

    Set Reprng = Application.InputBox(“Replace with: “, Title, Type:=8)

    With the following line.

    Set Reprng = Range(“Find_Replace_Array”)

    Now, if you run the code, you will only need to select the range where you want to replace values and it will automatically replace the values for you. Here, you will not be required to manually input the address of Find_Replace_Array.

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    Dim MyWorksheet As Worksheet
    
    Set MyWorksheet = ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets("Sheet1")
    Application_Path = "C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Acrobat Reader DC\Reader\AcroRd32.exe"
    PDF_Path = "C:\Users\USER\Desktop\Durjoy\Comments\New folder\standardnormaltable.pdf"
    
    Shell_Path = Application_Path & " """ & PDF_Path & """"
    Call Shell(pathname:=Shell_Path, windowstyle:=vbNormalFocus)
    
    Application.Wait Now + TimeValue("0:00:03")
    
    SendKeys "%vpc"
    SendKeys "^a"
    SendKeys "^c"
    
    On Error Resume Next
    Range("A1").PasteSpecial
    
    Call Shell("TaskKill /F /IM Acrobat.exe", vbHide)
    
    End Sub

    Here, the Application path and pdf path need to be defined accurately. Then, when you run the code, you will find the copied items in the clipboard.
    Then, click on Paste all to extract values.

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  375. Hi Exceler,

    Here, I tried the first method for 50 sets of data and it worked but you have to change the cell references based on your dataset. For your better understanding, I am attaching the images along with the formula.
    =INDEX($D$5:$D$30,MATCH(1,MMULT(--($B$5:$C$30=F5),TRANSPOSE(COLUMN($B$5:$C$30)^0)),0))

    The images of datasets

    Image of dataset

    Here, I used the formula for the entire dataset. I changed the references based on my dataset.

    Formula

    Output for 50 values:

    Output

    Note: If your dataset is very large kindly send us your dataset

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  376. Hi Tom Lynham

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    By following above explained methods it is possible to print colorful gridlines but you must use a color printer.

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  377. Hello Mark,

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  378. Hello Mark,
    Hope you are doing well.
    Whenever I try to download this workbook it works fine without a password. To be reassured a couple of my teammates also downloaded this file they also didn’t face any difficulty.
    As I haven’t used any password for this worksheet. I really want to know what caused such issues while you downloaded the file.
    Here, I will show you what it looks like when I download the file again.

    After downloading the file Excel shows a warning message. You have to click on Enable Editing.

    Excel sheet name in formula dynamic

    Later, the downloaded file will be available to use or you can make any changes you want.

    Solution

    N.B. If this solution doesn’t work for you. Kindly sent me the screenshots of the problem.

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  379. Hi Froggy,
    Hope you are doing well. Thanks for reaching out to us with your issue.

    As you intend to apply the above code to a workbook with multiple sheets so you need to add some extra lines in your code to define all available worksheets or selected worksheets.

    Here, I will give you two solution
    1. For selected sheets
    2. For all the available sheets in a workbook

    1. If you want to apply the same code in some selected sheets then use the code given below where I declared sheets names by using an Array.

    Option Explicit
    Sub AddSpaceBetweenRows()
    Dim all_sheets As Worksheet
    Dim rng As Range
    Dim i As Long
    Dim all As Variant

    Set all = sheets(Array(“VBA1”, “VBA2”))

    For Each all_sheets In all
    all_sheets.Select
    Set rng = Range(“B5:E9”)
    For i = rng.Rows.Count To 2 Step -1
    rng.Rows(i).EntireRow.Insert
    Next i
    Next
    End Sub

    2. To loop through all the available sheets of your workbook you will need to use the code given below where I declared all_sheets and used an extra For Loop.

    For your better understanding, I’m providing the modified code here,

    Option Explicit
    Sub AddSpaceBetweenRows()
    Dim all_sheets As Worksheet
    Dim rng As Range
    Dim i As Long

    For Each all_sheets In Worksheets
    all_sheets.Select
    Set rng = Range(“B5:E9”)
    For i = rng.Rows.Count To 2 Step -1
    rng.Rows(i).EntireRow.Insert
    Next i
    Next
    End Sub

    Note: Based on your Excel file you will need to change the sheet name and the cell range selection.

    For further queries comment down below.

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  382. Hello Michelle,
    Hope you are doing well. If you need to run the macro after the first use it will create new sheets with the updates you made on your dataset.

    It won’t automatically update the workbooks created previously (Book1, Book2, and Book3) rather it will create Book4, Book5, and Book6 with the updated dataset.

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  384. Hi Sikander,
    Hope you are doing well.
    To get the DateValue for February, click on the drop-down option of Month and then select February.

    monthly staff attendance

    Then you will get the DateValue and the rest will be updated automatically.

    2. Monthly Stuff Attendance

    Note: If you want to type the month name in that cell you have to be careful with the spelling of the month name.

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  385. Hi Deon Bailey,
    Hope you are doing well. Thanks for reaching out to me with your issue.

    As you didn’t share your Excel file that’s why it is hard to understand your sheet name and where is the problem occurring.

    But you need not to worry, I’m giving you a possible solution so that you can add data to your selected sheet to the last row.

    The reason for overwriting the added data is your code wasn’t finding the last row it was showing 1 as the last row number.

    Here, I added data according to my dataset I used in this article. I commented out your code and added some required lines.

    Sub Insert_Value_from_LastRow()

    ‘TargetSheet = Cmb_Months.Value
    ‘If TargetSheet = “” Then
    ‘Exit Sub
    ‘End If
    Dim targetSheet As Worksheet
    Set targetSheet = ThisWorkbook.Worksheets(“Dataset”)
    targetSheet.Activate
    ‘lastrow = ActiveSheet.Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row
    LastRow = ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Rows(ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Rows.Count).Row
    MsgBox LastRow

    ‘ActiveSheet.Cells(LastRow + 6, 2).Value = Cmb_Area.Value
    ‘ActiveSheet.Cells(LastRow + 6, 3).Value = Txt_Ln_Manager.Value
    ‘ActiveSheet.Cells(LastRow + 6, 4).Value = Txt_FName.Value
    ‘ActiveSheet.Cells(LastRow + 6, 5).Value = Txt_Surname.Value
    ‘ActiveSheet.Cells(LastRow + 6, 6).Value = Txt_S_Number.Value

    ActiveSheet.Cells(LastRow + 3, 2).Value = “Rachel Ross”
    ActiveSheet.Cells(LastRow + 3, 3).Value = “Germany”
    ActiveSheet.Cells(LastRow + 3, 4).Value = “laptop”
    ActiveSheet.Cells(LastRow + 3, 5).Value = 4567

    End Sub

    Note: Whenever you want to insert or add data after a particular row it is better to see the last row number by using MsgBox. It will help you to understand why data is overlapping.

    I also added the images.

    reply of comment

    reply of comment

    For further queries, you can send me your Excel file.

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