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Run-time error '6': Overflow (when trying to merge spreadsheet field)

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    Question Run-time error '6': Overflow (when trying to merge spreadsheet field)

    I'm trying to use a macro to merge the fields of 2 spreadsheets together. Once I try to run it, however, I keep getting a "Run-time error 6: Overflow" message. Please see the following for my macro script (I've put the error string that Excel is highlighting in red):

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    Any help you can give is greatly appreciated! Thank you :-)
    Last edited by arlu1201; 08-29-2012 at 12:22 PM.

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    Re: Run-time error '6': Overflow (when trying to merge spreadsheet field)

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