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      26th May 2008
Hello
I have two work sheet linked together for patient tracking files. All the
information from the open source file is automatically updated in the Closed
file. I want to be able to constantly update the closed file with out keeping
more then 30 rows in the open file. Therefore, Once the patient tracking is
completed, I should be able to delete the information form the source file
with out removing it from the destination file. I am also having difficulty
in moving the data down once I want to add another patient into the open
file. e.g. row one was Tricia - info completed - delete Tricia info save in
Closed file. New row one Pat - starts to over write Tricia or Trica's info is
deleted because source file info has been deleted. Any advise welcome.
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