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VB.NET write to Excel file with multiple tabs

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Hello experts,

     here is my challenge:

while traversing our server, there are different directories representing different clients ( for example, A, B and C ) and i was tasked to produce 1 Excel file with multiple tabs,
where each tab would be named A, B, C, etc. and contain information pertaining to
that particular client;
records in each tab should have 5 Fields;
F1, F2, F3, F4 and F5
looking for a snippet to get this done ( how i get my info i already know ), just need a method
to get it into multi tab Excel

Thanks in advance,
-Alex

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