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Three worksheet tied together while copying

Three worksheet tied together while copying

Three worksheet tied together while copying

I know title is not clear.
I have sheet 1,sheet 2,and sheet 3 in one workbook.
I want tied together theses worksheets (for ever), and then hide sheet 2 and sheet 3.So if somebody wants copy sheet 1 to other workbook, those two hidden  worksheets, 2 and 3 ,automatically go with sheet 1. Is that possible?

Thanks for your replies

RE: Three worksheet tied together while copying

unfortunately, no. the worksheets must be selected for copying to another workbook. unless vba code is written to conduct such a request.


RE: Three worksheet tied together while copying

I don't know how to do exactly what you want.  But what you could do is put the data from sheets 2 and 3 onto sheet 1 and hide the columns(or rows).  You can use the protection functions to prevent someone from un-hiding these cells.

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