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bakerd
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Renaming the "Name Box"

Some time ago I renamed some of the "Name Boxes" in a spreadsheet and now I want to rename those "Name Boxes" again and Excel won't let me do this. Any suggestions on how this can be accomplished?

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Dwight Baker
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Re: Renaming the "Name Box"

Do you mean you want to change some range names? I'm not sure what you mean by a name box.

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Re: Renaming the "Name Box"

Go to
Insert
Name
Define

Find the name you wish to change.
Click on it
Go to the top of the form you are in and ReName it
Click ADD
Go back to the body of the form and find the old name.
Click DELETE
Click OK


That should do it.

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