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    An easy one for you guys

    I have a header on a page that reads: "Team Info - Team #1 - Acme"

    I need the actual team # and sponsor (located after the dash) to be a variable that will be populated by a form. So: the actual team # is populated from cell B18 and the sponsor by B19. What does the formula for the header cell look like?

    Thanks.

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    Re: An easy one for you guys

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