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EXCEL VBA MACROS EXERCISES▼
Excel VBA Macros | Forms exercise | Navigate to a sheet (workbook open event)
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Open the file in the folder shown above.
Create a form/macro such that when you open the workbook you see a form allowing you to choose which worksheet to go to:
Your form could look like this
One way to do this is as follows. Create a single-column range called, say, SheetNames (it doesn't matter where), then create the form as above basing your combobox on the SheetNames range (you won't be able to do this unless the range name already exists). Attach a macro to the workbook's Open event so that it loops over the worksheets building up a single-column list of their names. Select this list, and set its Name property to be SheetNames - then display your form!
Save your workbook as Tabs answer, then close it down.