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USE KEYBOARD TO SELECT ALL SHEETS

  1. #1
    enos newt gribble
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    USE KEYBOARD TO SELECT ALL SHEETS

    How can I use the key board to select all sheets. I have about 91 sheets
    renamed and can't get MACRO to work well. I do change sheet names frequently
    and don't want to edit a macro every time I do.

  2. #2
    Die_Another_Day
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    Re: USE KEYBOARD TO SELECT ALL SHEETS

    In the macro use the Sheet Indexes to select:
    Sheets(1) 'First Sheet
    Sheets(Sheets.Count) 'Last Sheet

    Charles

    enos newt gribble wrote:
    > How can I use the key board to select all sheets. I have about 91 sheets
    > renamed and can't get MACRO to work well. I do change sheet names frequently
    > and don't want to edit a macro every time I do.



  3. #3
    Duke Carey
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    Re: USE KEYBOARD TO SELECT ALL SHEETS

    Faster to just use

    activeworkbook.Worksheets.Select


    "Die_Another_Day" wrote:

    > In the macro use the Sheet Indexes to select:
    > Sheets(1) 'First Sheet
    > Sheets(Sheets.Count) 'Last Sheet
    >
    > Charles
    >
    > enos newt gribble wrote:
    > > How can I use the key board to select all sheets. I have about 91 sheets
    > > renamed and can't get MACRO to work well. I do change sheet names frequently
    > > and don't want to edit a macro every time I do.

    >
    >


  4. #4
    enos newt gribble
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    Re: USE KEYBOARD TO SELECT ALL SHEETS



    "Duke Carey" wrote:

    > Faster to just use
    >
    > activeworkbook.Worksheets.Select
    >
    >
    > "Die_Another_Day" wrote:
    >
    > > In the macro use the Sheet Indexes to select:
    > > Sheets(1) 'First Sheet
    > > Sheets(Sheets.Count) 'Last Sheet
    > >
    > > Charles
    > >
    > > enos newt gribble wrote:
    > > > How can I use the key board to select all sheets. I have about 91 sheets
    > > > renamed and can't get MACRO to work well. I do change sheet names frequently
    > > > and don't want to edit a macro every time I do.

    > >
    > > Worked Perfectly! Thanks


  5. #5
    Gord Dibben
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    Re: USE KEYBOARD TO SELECT ALL SHEETS

    CTRL + Pageup until you get to first sheet.

    CTRL + SHIFT + PageDown until all are selected.

    If you hold all three keys down continuously you will quickly get to sheet91


    Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP

    On Tue, 22 Aug 2006 09:56:02 -0700, enos newt gribble <enos newt
    gribble@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

    >How can I use the key board to select all sheets. I have about 91 sheets
    >renamed and can't get MACRO to work well. I do change sheet names frequently
    >and don't want to edit a macro every time I do.



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