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Extract Named Ranges from multiple files using PowerShell

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I have a series of directories, each with a file with the name in the format "Underwriting (property).xlsx" where the property name is different each time. Each file has a series of named ranges that I'd like to query with PowerShell and collect the data in a single output file, one file data per line/row.

Named ranges are things like: Property Name, Purchase_Price, Units, etc.

If it helps, I can move a copy of all these files into a single directory.

I can work with PowerShell scripts, I'm just not great at creating one from scratch.
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