MS Excel - File Type
Thread poster: Stephanie V
May 3, 2012

I would like not to extract the worksheet name.
How can I escape or filter it?


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What tool are you using? May 3, 2012

Hi Stephanie,

If you are using Studio you can navigate by the worksheet name using the navigation pane on the left and then lock each segment you are taken to... these are the worksheet names you don't want. Then once they are locked you'll skip them as you work through the file.

But I'm not aware of a way to not extract the worksheet name at all.




Stephanie V
Studio Excel filtering May 3, 2012

I am using SDL Studio 2011.

I have already tried the "segment locking", but as you mentioned in your answer, what I would like to find is a way not to extract them at all.

THX anyway for your quick answer.


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