Introduction:
When you use "Move and copy" function to  copy Sheet on Excel file. You receive a message from Microsoft Excel with content as below:
"A formula or sheet you want to move or copy contains the name "file name", which already exists on the destination worksheet.  Do you want to use this version of the name?
To use the name as defined in the destination sheet, click yes. To rename the range referred to in the formula or worksheet, click no, and enter a new name in the Nme Confilct dialog box."

 


When you choose "Yes", this message is still not lost. When you choose "No", a message windows with name "Name Conflict" that will aprrears:
"Name already exists on destination sheet.
Old Name:...
New name:...
"


 

You can not close this Name Conflict message, even if you fill any information at "Old name" & "New name" cell or choose Cancel.
This is a classic error in Excel. When this is the case, you can not open, modify & close to any Excel file.
Don't worry, QTit will help you fix this error with some basic step.

You can see video guide for fix error: Name conflict in Excel



How to Do:
Step 1: The first, you turn off this message by: Mouse right Taskbar > Task Manager > Process tab > Right mouse Microsoft Excel > End task.

 

Note that all Excel files you have open will be exit after Step 1 is done.


Step 2: Install and open the program XLStyles Tool (this program is only supported on Windows 10)

 


 

Step 3: Click Get File > find and select the path of the corrupted Excel file > select Remove All in Name Ranges With External References > Process File

 

 



Step 4:
Open the corrupted Excel file. Select the Formulas tab > Name Manager.

 


 

Step 5: Select all values in the Name Manager table. and Delete (delete them).

 


 

Step 6: Completed. Please open the error excel file and check it. I'm 100% successful for sure.
So you already fixed error: Name Conflict In Excel

Conclusion:

This is a general formula that QTit has learned from experience to fix this classic Name Conflict error in Excel. Thank you for reading QTit's article.