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1.Using named ranges of cells
2.Storing Values in Names
3.Store formulas into names. The formula must start with an equals sign (=).
4.use the Evaluate method equivalent to evaluate the name in VBA:
5.Hide a name by setting its Visible property to False
6.Hide the name after it has been created:
7.Searching for a Name
8.Searching for the Name of a Range
9.Determining which Names Overlap a Range

10.A name can also store the data stored in an array.
11.find out which names are overlapping the selected cells, regardless of whether they entirely contain the selected cells
12.specify that the Names collection belongs to a worksheet:
13.Adding Comments for a name
14.storing a formula in a name is the same as for a range
15.use names to store numbers between sessions
16.Checking for the Existence of a Name
17.Define a name by hard code the cell address
18.Select named range
19.Go to a name
20.Generate Range object from named range
21.Generate named range from Range object
22.Check Name existance
23.Is Name In Workbook
24.Names Overlapping Selection
25.Selection Entirely In Names
26.Insert hidden name
27.Fill named range with values
28.Range objects cannot be used with an worksheet object as superobject
29.Enables access to named ranges in arbitrary workbooks
30.Using the Names Object to List All Named Ranges
31.Retrieving Values Stored as a Workbook Name Using the Evaluate Method