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Go to the first empty row after the 85 rows, then select all the rows from that row down to the very last row of the spreadsheet, delete these rows then use Save As to save the file. Close the workbook then when you open it again it should reset to the correct rows
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where is the "File ID"?
did you go to that site that I gave you the link to?
Ok here you go
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What I did is exactly what I told you you should do in the my in first answer. Select all the rows below the last data row and delete them then save the file