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Merge 2 identical excel spreadsheets with office 2007

Posted on 2011-03-16
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Hello,

I have 2 spreadsheets that are populated with identical customer information along with many different empty cells that they 2 different people out on the road with 2 different laptops have to populate.

I would like to merge the contents of the spreadsheets at the end of the day when they return from the field.

Feasible?

Thanks,
jands
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Hello,

Thanks for the quick reply.  Looks like the contents of that article are for Excel 2003.  Is there an article for Excel 2007?

Thanks.
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Nevermind, that pointed me in the right direction.  Thanks for your help.
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