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.ScreenUpdating = False
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Range("H7") = Now()

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We use Outlook 2k3
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Details: The issue is that the number of pages created will vary day to day depending on staff needs. There's an array of staff names to be assigned to page tabs and there will be skips and deletions along the way depending on daily attendance so "WS(i)" worksheet names can't be assigned at creation. What happens if they are is that the succession of worksheet names winds up being (e.g.) "WS1, WS2, WS5, WS12," etc. instead of consecutive.

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