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xl by Mike-ND

I used Excel on a daily basis, but have never had to group rows, so I had to look up what you were talking about (and am I still not sure I understand its use).

Anyways- an easy solution (probably taking less time than trying to figure it out) may be to create a copy one of your good tabs (right click on the tab, and move and create a copy), and then paste data over from your bad tab.