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    SUMIF Issue

    I have the following formula: =SUM(SUMIFS(F7:F9,E7:E9,{"*Exhibit*","*Exhibits*"},I8:I10,"No")) I would like to modify this formula so that the formula will sum the different variations of Exhibit (e.g., Exhibit, Exhibits, and Exhibit A) in my worksheet.
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    Workbook_BeforeClose compile error: Variable not defined help

    What this code is suppose to do is look to see if any of the worksheet names equals Exhibit "I" or "page 2". If they do exist then before closing the workbook don't save it and then close the workbook. Actual First Worksheet Name is Exhibit "I" and the second worksheet name is page 2...

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