Re: auto filter arrow won't go away
Maybe this'll help...
Select your cells with the arrows -- just the header row is enough.
in the names in workbook box, type this:
(change sheet1 to match your worksheet name.)
This is a hidden name that excel needs to use. If you delete it, you can have
problems with autofilter.
> I have unchecked 'auto filter' but the arrows still remain and will not go
> away. They do nothing, no drop downs.
> Can anyone help?
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