The Cima screen controller features 12 volt trigger functionality, or low voltage up-down-stop capability. Installation is super easy with a pigtail or AC power cord that is furnished for the line voltage connection and a convenient RJ25 connector on the exterior of the case for convenient, control hookup. Alternatively, an available upgraded controller can offer enhanced signaling options when IR, serial or IP control is required.
So, one day, I fiddled with one of the options for naming thinking that the use of the header names instead of standard cell references would make things easier. From that day on, Structured references began creeping into my formulas as I added things. I had no idea it would grow to be such a problem. It especially became prevalent when I imported CSV files and created new pivot tables in other worksheets. I also have a lot of worksheets in this workbook with long sophisticated names that I have to pull data from. Column Header names were also long but by making them that way, I knew precisely where to go to extract data. I learned to read my formulas fluently even with these setbacks and move around quickly and precisely over a period of time. Now, I am constantly having to physically remove structured names as they keep popping up like burnt popcorn and rewrite the formulas all over again. I finally found out how to get back into the proper location to turn off table names in formulas, but I have not found any way to force excel to convert all the structured names back to the good old Column, Row nomenclature and I either cannot figure out the proper way to phrase the proper question, perhaps there is no way to easily fix this but I really would like to purge all the structured references without having to start over again after all these years. 2b1af7f3a8