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Excel Vba Publish filtered data to SharePoint

I am having trying to publish filtered excel (2007) data to sharepoint. I keep getting an error that says that one table can't overlay another. Am I going about selecting the range wrong? Here is the code:

Public Sub PublishList()
' Get the collection of lists for the active sheet
Dim L As ListObjects
Set L = ActiveSheet.ListObjects
' Add a new list
Dim NewList As ListObject
Set NewList = L.Add(xlSrcRange, Range("A13:K29"), , True)
NewList.Name = "Red Team Review Metrics"
' Publish it to a SharePoint site
NewList.Publish Array("http://testdrive.sharepoint.mysite.com/teams/clab/" & "_layouts/viewlsts.aspx?BaseType=0", _
"NewLists "), True
End Sub

Microsoft ExcelVisual Basic ClassicMicrosoft SharePoint

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8/22/2022 - Mon

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Thanks...But maybe I shoulf clarify. I don't understand why I am getting an error on this line:

Set NewList = L.Add(xlSrcRange, Range("A13:K29"), , True)

Before it even gets to the publish line. Also, my workbook is in 2010 format.


Thank you, colly92002 Though that is the easiest solution, I didn't want to have to use the add-in. But, as a side note: The add-in has vba code behind that just needs a bit of modification to work perfectly.

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