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    VBA Menu userform stays up hidden workbook

    I created a userform that is a menu that has a command button for each sheet in the workbook.

    I entered the code below and have gotten it where the menu will open with the workbook staying hidden however, even you click on the command button nothing happens. I need it to open the selected sheet so it can be edited while still keeping the menu open.

    I've searched through other posts on multiple sites and can't find a solution to make it work better.


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    Re: VBA Menu userform stays up hidden workbook

    Hi

    I wish i could help you here.

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    Re: VBA Menu userform stays up hidden workbook

    Sorry about that, and sorry for the delay. I updated the original question

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    Re: VBA Menu userform stays up hidden workbook

    1. I would Make the Caption of Each CommandButton the Sheet Name.

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    2. If you have a Contents or an Index Sheet. ( One Sheet Must Be Visible )
    Then you can make all sheets Invisible.

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    3. Create a subroutine to hide all sheets except the and then open the sheet you want:

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    4. Create a Subroutine for each command button to call "HideSheets" when it is pressed.

    This Macro will do that for you:

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