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I'm not sure that I understand your question. ALL of the above code assumes that the worksheet is open (Either by creating a new one, or by opening an existing one).

Are you getting some kind of error, or are you not seeing what you expect? The code that you seem to have omitted would probably help me determine what the matter is, and don't forget to use <CODE> </CODE> tags, it makes for much easier reading.

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