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Hi! I am preparing to send out a sales report via email (not outlook). The
worksheets are labeled by month. I want to send out only the worksheet
labeled "NOV 08" because it is not necessary for the email recipient to see
all the other months. IS IT POSSIBLE to send just one worksheet in a
workbook? If so, how so? Thanks!


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Hi! I am preparing to send out a sales report via email (not outlook). The
worksheets are labeled by month. I want to send out only the worksheet
labeled "NOV 08" because it is not necessary for the email recipient to
see
all the other months. IS IT POSSIBLE to send just one worksheet in a
workbook? If so, how so? Thanks!



Right-click on the tab and copy to a new workbook - then send that workbook.



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