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Unable To Move Or Copy Worksheet

We have a workbook that does not allow us to use the Move or Copy command. When we right click on the worksheet and select Move or Copy, we are able to check the box to make a copy, but when we click OK nothing happens.

We have checked to make sure that the workbook and worksheet:
1. Are not protected
2. That there are no hidden worksheets
3. That there are not worksheets that exist with the same name
4. That not all the worksheets are selected

There are only two worksheets in this workbook.

Any ideas of why we are unable to make a copy of this worksheet within the same workbook or to another workbook?


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