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    ThatNewGuy question - updating sheets

    It should be range

    Dim xxxx as Range...

    RET Yesterday, 08:16 PM Go to last post
    Bob Phillips

    Please help!

    If you do want formulae., these do it

    J2: =COUNTA(A$2:A$22)
    J3: =COUNTA(B$2:B$22)

    K2: =SUM(IF(A$2:A$22"",--SUBSTITUTE(MID(A$2:A$22,FIND("(",A$2:A$22)+1,99),")","")))...

    Bob Phillips Yesterday, 07:54 PM Go to last post

    Please help!

    in the future please a more descriptive thread title instead of " please help".

    Pecoflyer Yesterday, 05:24 PM Go to last post

    Please help!

    Aagh. Beaten to it!
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    p45cal Yesterday, 11:27 AM Go to last post

    Please help!

    A Power Query solution:

        Source = Excel.CurrentWorkbook(){[Name="Table1"]}[Content],
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    alansidman Yesterday, 10:39 AM Go to last post