this is quite urgent :
i need to insert data from my access VBA code into an excel sheet.
I am using nammed cells.
So i do this :
xlsapp.Names("TheCellName").RefersToRange.Value = myValue
THis seems to work but in the case the cell nammed "TheCellName" does not exist I've got an error message.
I need to be able to ensure the nammed cell exist before trying to insert value in it.
How to do that easily because I have sometinh like 150 nammed cell to test each time ..????
because I need to handle several files that contains several different nammed cells...
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