## Tom’s Tutorials For Excel: Sorting Email Addresses by Domain and Recipient

Tom’s Tutorials For Excel: Sorting Email Addresses by Domain and Recipient

Yesterday, I posted this method for parsing the recipient and domain names from an email address.

As an example of why you would want to separate a recipient name from its domain name,

## Tom’s Tutorials For Excel: Sorting a List in Random Order

Tom’s Tutorials For Excel: Sorting a List in Random Order

Here’s how you can sort a table in a random order, instead of strictly as ascending or descending.

In the example, a company has 10 coveted parking spaces that are nearer to the office building.

## Tom’s Tutorials For Excel: Sorting Birthdays, Excluding the Year

Tom’s Tutorials For Excel: Sorting Birthdays, Excluding the Year

Companies and organizations often keep a list of their members’ birth dates, for purposes of sending out birthday greetings or managing employees’ birthdays with a complimentary day off work.

As the above picture shows,

## Tom’s Tutorials For Excel: Populating and Sorting Unique Items in a ListBox or ComboBox

Tom’s Tutorials For Excel: Populating and Sorting Unique Items in a ListBox or ComboBox

There are times when you need to populate a ListBox or ComboBox with unique items from a dynamic range containing many repeated items. You’ll also want the items to be sorted automatically,

## Tom’s Tutorials for Excel: Auto-Sort By Double-Clicking a Cell

Tom’s Tutorials for Excel: Auto-Sort By Double-Clicking a Cell

This example toggles a sort in ascending and descending order for a table of data whose headers are in row 1. When you double-click any cell in the data range, the table is sorted based on the column of the cell that is double-clicked.

## Tom’s Tutorials For Excel: Sorting The Unsortable

Tom’s Tutorials For Excel: Sorting The Unsortable

Sometimes you need to sort a list with varying hierarchy logic. For example, Picture #1 shows how “Section” is listed in column A with numbers in the same cell to indicate an order from 1 to 20.

If you try to sort that list in ascending order,

## Tom’s Tutorials for Excel: How to sort your sheet tabs in alphanumeric ascending order

Tom’s Tutorials for Excel:How to sort your sheet tabs in alphanumeric ascending order
Happy Friday! Here is today’s useful Excel solution from Tom Urtis

Sub SortSheetsTabName()
Application.ScreenUpdating = False
Dim iSheets%, i%, j%
iSheets = Sheets.Count
For i = 1 To iSheets – 1
For j = i + 1 To iSheets
If Sheets(j).Name < Sheets(i).Name Then Sheets(j).Move before:=Sheets(i) End If Next j Next i Application.ScreenUpdating = True End Sub

Remember,