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 SImple processes use some well-identified source and target worklists. They can be all specified with **WSheet Use**. Other processes have an unknown or variable number of worksheets. Typical examples are consolidation and splitting of worksheets where data processing should be done for each source or target worksheet. Djeeni automates such processes using //workbook lists//​. ​ SImple processes use some well-identified source and target worklists. They can be all specified with **WSheet Use**. Other processes have an unknown or variable number of worksheets. Typical examples are consolidation and splitting of worksheets where data processing should be done for each source or target worksheet. Djeeni automates such processes using //workbook lists//​. ​
  
-To specify a list of workbooks you should use instead of **WSheet Use** the process step **[[en:​process_steps:​wbooklist|WBook List Start]]** (under the If/Lists category). You give this list a logical Djeeni name just like you give it to a worksheet specified by WSheet Use. At other process steps, you can use the Djeeni name of the workbook list to refer to the current worksheet in the list.+To specify a list of workbooks you should use instead of **WSheet Use** the process step **[[en:​process_steps:​wbooklist|WBook List Start]]** (under the If/Lists category). You give this list a logical Djeeni name just like you give it to a worksheet specified by **WSheet Use**. At other process steps, you can use the Djeeni name of the workbook list to refer to the //current worksheet// in the list.
  
-Look [[en:​user_guide:​worksheet_lists|here]] for a detailed explanation of list of worksheets.+Look [[en:​user_guide:​worksheet_lists|here]] for a detailed explanation of workbook lists.
  
 ===== Example: Data consolidation ===== ===== Example: Data consolidation =====