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Deleting a Named Range in Excel 2007

Posted on 2011-09-08
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I see how to Add a Named Range. But I mis-spelled one then added it correctly. Now I have rtwo and need to delete the one that's spelled wrong.

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Delete it using the name manager. Select the name and click Delete.

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The Name Manager is accessed from the Defined Names group in the Formulas tab.

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Thanks!
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