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I am trying to use DGET to extract information from several worksheets into
one worksheet. In advice? Should I use another function?

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Old September 11th 05, 02:11 AM
Debra Dalgleish
 
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If you provide some details, someone may be able to help you. For example:
What kind of information are you trying to extract?
What is the layout of the worksheets?

Lost on DGET wrote:
I am trying to use DGET to extract information from several worksheets into
one worksheet. In advice? Should I use another function?



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