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Updating links in excel 2016

This feature is fantastic, and I'm so happy to have found it today.

Indeed, we currently have 16 previous sets of Major Operator lists – many thanks to Chris Forbes.Despite a drop in the number of tourists visiting South Africa, the tourism industry continued to create jobs in 2015.Stats SA’s latest release of its Tourism Satellite Account for South Africa report provides an overview of tourism’s contribution in terms of employment, its impact on the gross domestic product (GDP) and spending.Part 2 – Minor Operators in Scotland East (Fife, Central & Tayside), Scotland North (former Grampian, plus the Highlands & Islands) Part 3 – Minor Operators in Scotland South (Lothians & Borders) Part 4 – Minor Operators in Scotland West (Strathclyde, Argyll & Bute, Dumfries & Galloway) Part 5 – Index to Parts 1-4 Fleetlists in Part 1-4 are in alphabetical order of each operators.If you cannot find the operator you are looking for, you may need to look under the other name i.e.We’ve been able to expand somewhat – we now have around 10,000 buses across Scotland now listed.

Basically, now we cover both Minor and Major Operators i.e. Minor Operators are those not covered by our existing Major Operators in Scotland Fleetlists, which becomes Part 1.

Last time, we also did a printed booklet version, which went down very well!

(Remember the majority of H2T customers, like those buying other fleet books etc., don’t have access to the Internet). Well, following kind permission of Tony Hunter (and Chris Forbes for doing an update to his fleets at the same time!

Every solution I've seen uses custom VBA to accomplish this.

It seems like an extremely common need for which there should be some good 3rd party software available that lets non-technical users accomplish this task. Step 2: Go to your word document where you want to paste the reference.

The number of overseas tourists to our shores declined in 2015, falling from 9,5 million in 2014 to 8,9 million in 2015.