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If excel worksheet name <> "Summary" OR "SummaryClient" Then

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Hi Experts,

The code below works fine:
        If xlSheet.Name <> "Summary" Then
            xlSheet.UsedRange.ClearContents

But, I now need to adda second worksheet:
Attemtp 1: If excel worksheet name <> "Summary" OR "SummaryClient" Then
Attempt 2: If excel worksheet name <> Like "Summary*" Then

What's the best way to do this?

Thks in advance!
Steven
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If xlSheet.Name <> "Summary"   AND xlSheet.Name <> "SummaryClient" Then
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Great - Thanks!
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