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Old November 4th, 2004, 06:37 AM
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  I have links to xyz Excel sheet in my abc Excel sheet.whenever the user clicks on the link I want to open xyz excel sheet in a new instance of MS Excel.

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  There is a correction in the message that i have posted
I have links to xyz Excel work Book in my abc Excel sheet.whenever the user clicks on the link I want to open xyz work book in a new instance of MS Excel.
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