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    Multiple Workbooks (MS Excel 2002/Win XP)

    I'm tryin to creat a muliple workbook file, like the old BINDER that is no longer supportin in Office XP. This file will have multiple workbooks each with multiple sheets. I'm trying to have an inital screen that would them allow them to go to the respecitve workbook. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance [img]/forums/images/smilies/smile.gif[/img]

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    Re: Multiple Workbooks (MS Excel 2002/Win XP)

    Have you looked at WorkSpace?
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    Re: Multiple Workbooks (MS Excel 2002/Win XP)

    No what is it? Is it a seperate program?

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    Re: Multiple Workbooks (MS Excel 2002/Win XP)

    Sorry, see Excel Help on WorkSpace. It allows you to save multiple Workbooks as a "unit", but I have no experience with it. (I disliked Binder.)
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    Re: Multiple Workbooks (MS Excel 2002/Win XP)

    It issentially saves all the currently open files.

    When you reopen the workspace all the files that were open before, are opened again. The workspace file, is essentially just a glorified list of the files (there is other things in it, but am not sure what they are). You still have to manage the other files. It does not group them or anything else. If you move the individual files the workspace file will no longer be able to find them.

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