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Worksheets Collection [Excel 2003 VBA Language Reference]

Office 2003
Multiple objects

A collection of all the Worksheet objects in the specified or active workbook. Each Worksheet object represents a worksheet.

Using the Worksheets Collection

Use the Worksheets property to return the Worksheets collection.The following example moves all the worksheets to the end of the workbook.

Worksheets.Move After:=Sheets(Sheets.Count)

Use the Add method to create a new worksheet and add it to the collection. The following example adds two new worksheets before sheet one of the active workbook.

Worksheets.Add Count:=2, Before:=Sheets(1)

Use Worksheets(index), where index is the worksheet index number or name, to return a single Worksheet object. The following example hides worksheet one in the active workbook.

Worksheets(1).Visible = False

The Worksheet object is also a member of the Sheets collection. The Sheets collection contains all the sheets in the workbook (both chart sheets and worksheets).

Properties | Application Property | Count Property | Creator Property | HPageBreaks Property | Item Property | Parent Property | Visible Property | VPageBreaks Property

Methods | Add Method | Copy Method | Delete Method | FillAcrossSheets Method | Move Method | PrintOut Method | PrintPreview Method | Select Method

Parent Objects