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    Do you mean, how do I add that sheet ?

    Go to Insert, Sheet. Rename it "Counter"

    In VBA:

    Sheets.Add.Name = "Counter"

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    Click on Insert- Worksheet. Double-click on the worksheet tab (at the bottom, it should say something like Sheet4) and type in Counter. It'd be best if you hide this sheet so nobody can enter stuff onto it and mess up your counter- click on Format-Sheet-Hide.

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    On 2002-03-09 13:07, Arash_The_A_Level_Student wrote:
    No How Do I Do This?
    Sorry, I forgot to include a comment to the effect that you needed a sheet named Counter. Insert|Worksheet will create a worksheet. Double click the worksheet tab and rename the sheet to "Counter". I would suggest that you hide this sheet from the user. Format|Sheet|Hide.

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    I don't Mind If I Get An 'E' For This Project, I just want it done so then I can start revising On my History And Other Subjects, I'll Pull My Exam Grade On This For the Theory, I would learn VB if I had The Time
    Then why bother trying at all? An E is about as effective as a U or N in what it can do for you. I'd say a good A-level in the computing part would be much more attractive to future employers than an A in History.

    You are one lazy wa*&er Arash,

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    I'm not that lazt It's jsut I can't learn VB in two weeks aswell as revise for 3 other subjects complete a project do and do homework, If I get a crap mark in this project then well I will have to revise for the theory (which is 60% of the AS level) and I Can always do the A2 project much better because after the AS I can learn VB over the summer holidays and get a good mark on the A2 project!

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    And heaven knows I'm miserable now .

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    Except the A2 project is on Access. So you would have to learn Access VBA as well

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    I will have the Summer to learn access VBA won't I, instead of not knowing what to expect like last year!

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