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Default Excel named tables or dynimac named ranges?

I have Excel projects using a lot of small lookup ranges - also large worksheets. I have a question about advantages/disadvantages of named tables and dynamic named ranges. At first sight it seems that named tables supersede the dynamic named ranges, but I think it's not quite true.
Can anyone shortly explain the advantages/disadvantages of those two?


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