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    If ActiveSheet <> Sheets(1) Then - Problem

    Hi

    I want to ensure a particular part of the macro does not run on the first sheet in the workbook.

    Trying to use:

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    The sheets will have different names each time therefore I've tried unsuccessfully to use Sheets(1)

    I'm getting the following error:

    Object doesn't support this property or method.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks

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    Re: If ActiveSheet <> Sheets(1) Then - Problem

    You just missing the Name property

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    Re: If ActiveSheet <> Sheets(1) Then - Problem

    Try this.
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    Or you could loop through the sheets like this, which will skip the first sheet.
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    Re: If ActiveSheet <> Sheets(1) Then - Problem

    Try -

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    Re: If ActiveSheet <> Sheets(1) Then - Problem

    Thanks mate worked like a charm

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