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Use fully qualified properties:
 ```  Sub sumDemo()      MsgBox WorksheetFunction.Sum(Sheets("Sheet1").Range(_                                 Sheets("Sheet1").Range("A1"), _                                 Sheets("Sheet1").Range("A10"))) End Sub  ```
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