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I am designing a macro to look in a file and if there is only one XL workbook, to open the file. What would be the best way to do this? I tried using

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Worbooks.Open("*.xls")
and a few variations on that, but it dosen't seem to work.

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Sorry about the miss-stated subjected, I didn't notice until just now.

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