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I can't figure out how to delete the attached files that are irrelevant and I can't figure out how to upload new ones. I also don't know how to word what I need to happen

I want the data from everything, starting from row 5 and going to row 100, and not include column B or E.

How do I grab just that data? I have different formulas in each document. This is for invoicing, so the columns with the $ numbers can't be changed and I haven't been able to figure out how to not overwrite them when importing another spreadsheet.

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