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Automatically creating a new worksheets

I need a formula that will automatically generate a mutiple worksheets based on an accounts balance. I have created a workbook that is a getting out of debt budget plan. I manually copied the information to every worksheet until there was no more debt left. What I would like to do is input the inforamtion on a master worksheet and it will generate as many addtional worksheets as nessacery.

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You can not do it by formulea but there is something called as ***-in you need to create add -in for this

I will suggest you that get a small program for doing this which will do all buisiness processing automatically will give you lots of benifits such as notification error catching and all.

If you need anything else,let me know.

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