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I am trying to draw more attention to a feature request. It was ultimately declined by Jeff, and since he's not here anymore I want to get the team to reconsider.

When there are several comments some of them get hidden, which I don't mind, except when comments in the middle are hidden and I don't realize it till I get to the end. Then I have to unhide the comments and try to figure out which ones I haven't read.

See more here

Ultimately this might be the best idea.

Add a 'Show more comments' button to the top of a list of comments

If you agree please up-vote both questions and answers. If not, nothing to see here moving right along....


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let us continue this discussion in chat
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comment How to use a range for conditional formatting in excel 2010
This is what tried as well =COUNTIF('Classes I Teach'!$A:$A,$1:$1048576)
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I tried adding the range and that didn't work either. It seems redundant because the conditional formatting already asks me for a range of cells to apply to.
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Here is what I have =COUNTIF('Classes I Teach'!$A:$A,) what do I put after the comma for the range?
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Yes and it said I had too few arguments. Can you break down what's in the parenthesis?
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I don't want to count the number of occurrences. I have edited my question to make it more clear. (I hope)
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