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[b]Save values only[/b]

help please. I need to save worksheet in new file without macros and formulas... values only.

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Right mouse click the sheet name tab to get popup menu

Left mouse click "Move or copy"
in 'To Book' - Select "New Book"
check "Create a copy"
OK

Left mouse click small grey square on the sheet where row numbers/column letter join to select the whole worksheet.

Edit/Copy
Edit Paste special/Values
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