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Use the SelectedItems property of the FileDialog object to return the FileDialogSelectedItems collection.
 
Sub selected()
    Dim si As FileDialogSelectedItems
    Set si = Application.FileDialog(msoFileDialogOpen).SelectedItems
End Sub

 
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