Excel 2010 - VBA columns and comments

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tesla764Author Commented:
Attached is the Excel Workbook and the database you will need also. Put the .xlsm file and the database in a location called "c:\temp" and this should work for you.

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tesla764Author Commented:
You should put this db in the "c:\temp" area as well.
tesla764Author Commented:
You probably won't need the "RC_RetiredData.accdb" file.
tesla764Author Commented:
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