Status Bar = False Here's another example using the Status Bar as a progress bar.By using some Unicode Characters, you can mimic a progress bar. Just select one according to how much space you want to show between the bars.
For the example to work the sheet with the table must be the active sheet, and the table must start in cell A1.
You can highlight the code with the mouse, copy it (CTRL C) and paste it into a VBA module with CTRL V.
The daily report has 24 rows, one for every hour, and in my tables there can be data for maybe a year.
So to have unique analyses only I want to remove the rows that are mere repetitions of the row above.
The method isn't suitable for all tasks, but I think that many people work with very big tables in Excel (e.g.