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I had an Excel macro created for me by an EE expert quite some time ago (see attached spreadsheet).  The macro copies and pastes selected datasets from the Dataset sheet onto the Select sheet and then generates a graph of the datasets based on the start and end dates I select.  I have run into a problem.  Even though the datasets now extend to May 2013, the macro only seems to recognize data through Feb 2013.  I've tried to resolve this but have failed.  Can someone please take a look at the macro and let me know why it doesn't recognize all of the months.

Thanks!
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Question by:pwflexner
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by:Martin Liss
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Let me teach you how to fish:)
Ignore the title of my article. Almost all of it applies to VBA.
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Saqib Husain, Syed earned 250 total points
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From the Formula menu go to the Name manager and extend the range for EndDate
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Perfect, thanks!
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