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  1. I Sheet You Not Create auto-updating workflows from Excel worksheets. Works like a List Filter but using an Excel file as the data source. I Sheet You Not is a workflow generator/template for Alfred 3. It reads data from an Excel workbook and displays them in Alfred. You can specify which rows and columns the data are read from, and changes to the data are picked up automatically by the workflow. Download and installation Download the workflow from Packal or GitHub releases and double-click the downloaded I-Sheet-You-Not-X.X.X.alfre
  2. I am just a beginner, but I thought I would share this simple workflow that does not rely on scripts or variables. It is basically a workflow designed to launch Microsoft Office applications and produce a new document from a template document. I have split the workflow by application so you won't be opening a slew of applications and files at once; I believe, in the real world, you may not really want to launch a bunch of applications and files all at once. There is not much documentation to go with this workflow; it uses tools already accessible within the "All Workflow Objects"
  3. I am trying to create a workflow that would let me do the following after hitting a keyboard shortcut : - Launch one specific .xlsb file with macros - If the this file is already opened, toggle visibility for the file. The thing is this file has macros. So, every time I hit my keyboard shortcut, Excel closes my file (without asking me if I want to save it), then opens a window where I have to select between "Enable Macros", "Do Not Open","Disable Macros". As I want to enable the macros I have to use my trackpad to select "Enable Macros". Then opens my file. At las
  4. Hello, I managed to get a list of Excel functions with their translations in 15 languages I train people on spreadsheet usage in several languages, so I sometimes have to find the translated version of a function. My idea would be to have a workflow which would: 1. Display the full list of functions with their description 2. Display the translation for a given function in a user selected language 3. Copy the translation to the clipboard Of course, I have no idea on how to do that. I have a csv with all the data here. And I looked up the format Alfred works with, which i
  5. When you open Excel, Word or Powerpoint it shows a panel with the latest used files by the app. This workflow fetches those files and displays them directly in Alfred so you can open them directly. You can also narrow down the files by typing a port of the folder or filename. It only works withe the latest version of office, though. So Office 2011 won't work. You can grab it over here: https://github.com/stroebjo/alfred-recent-office/releases/latest If you have any feedback or suggestions please let me know!
  6. Hi, We have a large catalogue of product images and are frequently sent Excel spreadsheets listing which images are required to be gathered to be uploaded to our site. Our image files are located on different servers and have a 13 digit name with an _I1 followed by it, i.e. 9781520560331_I1. The images are usually jpegs or tif. I wanted to run a script on Auomator to look at the image name within the excel worksheet and look up the image by either using Finder or by me telling it exactly where to look and then copying the images into a folder setup on the desktop. I h
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