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    Default Re: Required cell

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    You can add code to the "BeforeClose" workbook event, which triggers to run automatically whenever they try to close the workbook. Is that what you are looking for?

    If so, we need to determine which rows actually have data and need to be checked. For rows with data, is there one column that is ALWAYS populated, so we know we can look at that column to determine exactly where our data ends?
    I don't have that column now, but i could add one at the end to use as an index. I suppose i could to a formula to increment by one for every row, then lock the cells, right?

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    You said that you have ten columns of data (Date Served, Last Initial, First initial, Zip, First Time Visit, Current month discount, over 60, Men, Women, Children).
    Are you telling me that for every row of data that you have, you cannot guarantee that any of these 10 columns will always have something in it?
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