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Default Using Defined Names From Sheets

I am using the BeforeDoubleClick event in a Sub to do some final processing on a series of sheets. I am trying to use defined names from the intercepted sheet as parameters in a call to another Sub. When I check the parameters using Watch, none of them have value. Any help?

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