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    Question clustering tabs

    Dear reader,

    I am looking for a way to cluster tabs. I have now a worksheet of 50 tabs en I would like to categorize them by subjects. ( so when I click one of them it jumps to (or opens) 10 other "tabs").

    How can I achieve this?? Please help I would be forever grateful!!!

    Alex

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexe
    Dear reader,

    I am looking for a way to cluster tabs. I have now a worksheet of 50 tabs en I would like to categorize them by subjects. ( so when I click one of them it jumps to (or opens) 10 other "tabs").

    How can I achieve this?? Please help I would be forever grateful!!!

    Alex
    Hi,

    If you rightmouse the arrows to the left of the tabs you can view a (scrollable) list of tabs, this may help you.

    That the instruction to hide/show tabs is ActiveWindow.DisplayWorkbookTabs = False would suggest that hiding selected tabs is not possible.

    hth
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    Thanks for the reply, however this does not solve my problem.

    I have however convinced my boss to send it off to a professional company to make a database.

    But if anyone other has the solution: please post underneath!!!!

    Thanks,

    alexe

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