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Opening a workbook at a specific worksheet

Opening a workbook at a specific worksheet

Opening a workbook at a specific worksheet

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G'day,

I need to open a workbook at a specific sheet each time but don't want the hassle of making sure I return to the face sheet and save the file before I close it.

Is there any format such as:  filename, sheetname
that I can use?


regards

SC

RE: Opening a workbook at a specific worksheet

Don't think so, but you could modify the AutoOpen macro to select the sheet you want

TTFN



RE: Opening a workbook at a specific worksheet

Why not write a macro that does the switch to sheet and save together so that way you will have it open on the sheet you want when you re-open?

Best regards,

Matthew Ian Loew


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