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Name Manager: Range names made easy

For Microsoft Excel

Description

If you are in need of a utility to manage defined names in your Excel models, this one is a must-have. List all names in your active workbook. Filter them using 13 filters, e.g. "With external references", "With errors", Hidden, Visible. Show just names that contain a substring. Show just names unused in worksheet cells. Edit them in a simple dialog or make a list, edit the list and update all names in one go. Delete, hide, unhide selected names with a single mouse click.

Created in collaboration with Charles Williams, www.decisionmodels.com and Matthew Henson (mhenson@mac.com) who ensured the utility works on Mac Excel too. See a screenshot here.

The Name Manager is freeware, all I'd like to ask you is to tell everyone if you like it and to tell me if you don't.

Current version downloads

Name Manager for Excel 97, 2000, XP and 2003 V4.3 (Build 652, Sep 9, 2016 Downloaded: 119,574 times)

Tip: Excel 97 users can download Name Manager version 3.2 below if they experience compile errors.

Name Manager for Excel 2007, 2010 and 2013 V4.3 (Build 652, Sep 9, 2016, downloaded: 78,261 times)

Solving Compile errors related to Name Manager

Some users get a compile error during load of Name Manager: "Compile Error in hidden module, fxlNameManager".

This error is mostly resolved by:

Excel 2003: open Excel and select Help, detect and repair from the menu.
Excel 2007/2010/2013: Open Office Setup from Control Panel, Programs and do a repair of the Office installation.

After doing so, Name Manager should work as expected.

New in this version (4.3):

Features:

Old versions

Not sure version 4.2 is stable? Name Manager 3.2 (Downloaded: 9,002 times) is still available!

Mac users, please note : version 4.2 does not work in the Mac environment, due to the use of Windows API calls. For your convenience, Name Manager 2.3 (Downloaded: 8,166 times) is still available. Note that unfortunately NM is NOT compatible with Office 2016 for Mac.

Instructions

Download the zip file by clicking the link above that says "NameManager.zip". Unpack the files in the zip file to a folder of your liking and open the file called "Setup Name Manager.xls". Press the button in that file to install.

Click here to request support or issue comments or suggestions on this product.


Comments

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Comment by: Jeff Nguyen (7/29/2016 6:29:59 PM)

Hi!

I have been using your Name Manager 2007 for several years now and I love it! I have installed it on my PC at work and find it easier to use than the native name manager built-in Excel. Sometimes there are errors with named ranges that are displayed in your Name Manager and not in the Excel name manager.

My company recently upgraded to MS Office 365 (Excel 2016). I tried downloading and installing your product again, but it does not work :(

Do you plan to release another version in the near future that will be compatible with Excel 2016? If you do, could you please inform me?

Thank you very much once again for sharing your wonderful and very useful product!

sincerely,

Jeff Nguyen
(NYC, USA)

 


Comment by: Jan Karel Pieterse (7/30/2016 9:36:56 AM)

Hi Jeff,

It should work, try opening the add-ins dialog, unchecking, closing, opening the dialog and checking it again.

 


Comment by: Chris (8/2/2016 7:52:19 AM)

I found that updating this add-in from an older version caused the icon on the Formula's tab to disappear. Although the shortcut control+shift+N works, I don't know that I'll remember it every time I would like to run this really great tool.

I'm running Excel 2016

 


Comment by: Jan Karel Pieterse (8/3/2016 11:41:48 AM)

Hi Chris,

A recent update has broken the addition of custom items to the ribbon of Excel, it should be fixed with a subsequent update in due time.

Somtimes it helps to uncheck and re-check the add-in in the add-ins dialog.

 


Comment by: Steve Fee (9/4/2016 12:52:02 AM)

How do I remove Name Manager 2007 from my Excel 2010?

 


Comment by: np_vijayakumar@yahoo.com (9/4/2016 8:32:26 AM)

hi bro

i cant see the reset button. can u pls upload the vdos . how to reset the sheet. still i cant copy the sheet. if u post vdo means i can easily understand. i m using office 2007. advance thanks.

 


Comment by: Jan Karel Pieterse (9/5/2016 7:58:14 AM)

Hi Steve,

Open the addins dialog (alt t, i) and uncheck it should do the trick.

 


Comment by: Jan Karel Pieterse (9/5/2016 7:59:03 AM)

Hi,

The reset button is on the Formulas tab, far right.

 


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