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Declaring the 'Worksheets object' As a 'Excel.Worksheets' variable

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    Declaring the 'Worksheets object' As a 'Excel.Worksheets' variable

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    This results in "Run-time error '13'", 'Type mismatch':
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    Why is that?
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    Re: Declaring the 'Worksheets object' As a 'Excel.Worksheets' variable

    Hello Woulter,

    You can make this work by dimming your object variable as a generic object...
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    Re: Declaring the 'Worksheets object' As a 'Excel.Worksheets' variable

    Yes, I'm just wondering why 'Sheets' and 'Worksheets' can't both be declared as 'Excel.Sheets'/'Excel.Worksheets'.

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    Re: Declaring the 'Worksheets object' As a 'Excel.Worksheets' variable

    Hello Woulter,

    I am guessing here. The "Sheets"collection holds Charts, Worksheets, and Macro sheets. The Worksheets collection holds only the worksheets of the Active Workbook. It could be that assigning an object as "╦xcel.Worksheets"creates a conflict in the application since the object already exists.

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