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Paging/ sorting in Range excel VBA like datagrid

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Hi Expert,

I am looking datagrid features like paging and sorting in excel worksheet using VBA. Is it possible.

Currently I am using 1000(Rows) * 10(columns) matrix range where I am adding/deleting rows dynamically.

Is there any possibility to put paging/sorting inside that. for example at a time user can see only 100 rows of data. if user wants to see 101 row then he can simply click on next button and see 101 to 200 rows.

Hopefully looking forward to hearing from you.
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by:Qlemo
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Not by default, but you can "project" data of another sheet into a "windowed view".

For example, use A1 for keeping the page number, starting by 1.
Set an area starting at A2 to e.g. F11 to the formula:
  = Offset ( Data!2:2; ($A$1-1)*10; 0)
referring to a sheet "Data" containing the original matrix starting at row 2 (column headers in row 1). All you have to do is to increment A1 by a button or whatever. A1 could also sit on a different sheet, if required - doesn't matter at all.
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by:satmisha
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Thanks for your reply. I would appreciate if you could provide some sample, I am totally new to this.

Enclosing sample excel file contains employee data. consist of 100+ rows. Can I make paging/sorting here through VBA/formula like you pointed out ?

Looking forward to hearing from you.
EmployeeTable.xlsx
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by:Qlemo
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Very simple example code is provided in this workbook. There are a lot of different ways to tackle it, however.
EmployeeTable.xlsm
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by:satmisha
ID: 40026620
I really fall in love with sorting the way you did it. :-)

On paging front cant we make other way (like we do search in google), on bottom we do get navigation buttons like previous, next ( Can be numbers as well like 1,2,3,4,5.... etc)  and when we click on them we can navigate in our records.

Suppose we have 100 records , at a time only 10 records user can see and if he wants to see 11th record he could click on next button and see records from 11 to 20 and so on. similarly if he wants to see previous records he could navigate accordingly.
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by:Qlemo
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Using two buttons for paging isn't difficult. Building a list of page numbers needs more effort
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Qlemo earned 1200 total points
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Here the sheet using buttons for paging. Note that I have also used names for the current and max page numbers now. The result would need some formatting, e.g. to suppress empty results, and look more like the original table, of course.
EmployeeTable.xlsm
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by:satmisha
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Thanks a lot Pal for your wonderful answers.
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