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Sandravanloon
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I would like to make my timemanagement as a calender in which I can switch on and off certain cells. So for example I have a month full of duties for my staff. If I want to sent staffmember x his/her schedule of this month I only have to check her box or otherwise to show only her tasks. Is this possible in excel?
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