Question I receive from time to time spread sheets by e-mail that include two sheets of information. However for some reason after selecting one of the sheets the other seems impossible to find and open. Whee does it go? I've tried downloading the file again but to no avail.
Thanks for any advice you can offer.
Answer One doesn't "open" a sheet; one opens a workbook. You say there are 2 sheets but one disappears. Have you tried Home/Cells/Format/Hide & Unhide/Unhide sheet?
Feel free to send me the wb and I'll find the 2nd sheet (if it exists!) - send to me at email@example.com, use subject of "AllExpertsQ"
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