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Copying sheets that have many named ranges

Copying sheets that have many named ranges

Copying sheets that have many named ranges

thread770-361102: Copying sheets that have many named ranges

Copying sheet names from one sheet to another


Sub named_region()
    MY_SOURCE = InputBox("Enter Source Sheet Name")
    MY_DEST = InputBox("Enter Destination Sheet Name")
        With Selection.ListNames
            For MY_ROWS = 1 To ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Rows.Count
                MY_RANGE_NAME = Range("AA" & MY_ROWS).Value & "1"
                MY_ADDRESS = Mid(Range("AB" & MY_ROWS).Value, 2, Len(MY_SOURCE))
                MY_RANGE = Mid(Range("AB" & MY_ROWS).Value, Len(MY_SOURCE) + 3, Len(Range("AB" & MY_ROWS).Value))
                a = Left(MY_ADDRESS, Len(MY_SOURCE) + 3)
                If Left(MY_ADDRESS, Len(MY_SOURCE) + 3) = MY_SOURCE Then
                    ActiveWorkbook.Names.Add Name:=MY_RANGE_NAME, RefersTo:="=" & MY_DEST & "!" & MY_RANGE
                End If
            Next MY_ROWS
        End With
End Sub 

This has no error checking in the macro, so assumes you will type the sheet (tab) names in correctly.

Hope this helps.

been away for quite a while
but am now back

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