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Unread Jun 21st, 2009, 05:39 am
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Question saving after suffling

I have a problem with saving thw worksheets i produce with suffling. First i create one worksheet, i save e.g :foods+word 1, then i suffle and produce a second worksheet i name it foods+words 2 and save it but when i check my saved worksheets and the first is not there ! what do i do wrong

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Unread Jun 21st, 2009, 10:04 am
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Default Re: saving after suffling

It's not exactly producing a new worksheet when you shuffle. It's just shuffling the content of that worksheet itself. It's still the same worksheet. You are just renaming it.

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