How To: Pull data from one Excel worksheet to another via DGET

Pull data from one Excel worksheet to another via DGET

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I am trying in excell to create a worksheet within a workbook that will pull data ( date) from another worksheet there are 15 cells in column. and these must match another column and this column contains a certain county, there may be 7 - 10 different counties. If you can help I can send you the workbook so you can look at the problem.

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