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VBA code (macro) to hide/unhide name ranges

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    VBA code (macro) to hide/unhide name ranges

    Dear Sir,

    I am working on a worksheet that has his hidden columns with name ranges. I want to hide/visible columns based on my name range in vba code. Novice to vba code please help to assign a macro for this sheet.
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    Above code is not working as expected, basically i want two macro code to move back and forth to visible columns only that refers to particular name ranges.

    Name ranges: Jan "AL:BP"
    Feb "BQ:CS" similarly untill
    Dec "ME:NH"
    please help me with the code, also find below link to the image of the file for reference

    Thank you,
    ibrmohTrip Report.JPG
    Last edited by alansidman; 12-28-2019 at 05:32 AM.

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    Re: VBA code (macro) to hide/unhide name ranges

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    Re: VBA code (macro) to hide/unhide name ranges

    Is "Trips" your activesheet? If so, this might work better:
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    I know I'm not stupid, but I suspect I'm a lot stupider than I think I am

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