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    Hi Jamie,

    Just a heads up that we pushed an update to Monkey Tools on the weekend that now has the ability to quickly rename worksheets to match the query names. If you've already downloaded Monkey Tools, just go to Options -> Check For Update Now and you should get the update that has the feature.

    To activate it, open the DestinationSleuth form.

    Select the query or queries (hold down CTRL to select multiple), then:
    • If the queries are loaded as Connection Only, change the selected queries to load to Table (New Worksheet) and check the "Name Sheets After Queries" checkbox
    • If the queries are already loaded to tables, you can actually skip the above bullet

    Then click the Sheet Names button, and it will update all the sheet names for the selected worksheets.

    Hope it helps!
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