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Mass Creation of mailboxes with excel (indirect)

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Dear experts,

pls see the excel file attached. I'm building from data in worksheet "cas" in worksheet "admin-ps" the dataset for only one user. The powershell code will created below in "admin-ps". I'm using excel indirect to switch between the lines in worksheet CAS.
What i like is to build for all user are in CAS the powershell code without building a complete dataset and switch to every user.
Any idea how it could solve the best way?

Appreciate for your help
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Am I'm correct that you don't want to touch CAS sheet?
The simplest way is to transform your admin-ps lines into columns. I've done that in the modified XLSX file.
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I would like to express my sincere appreciation of  and heartfelt thanks to qlemo. Great work!
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