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Setting a worksheet name in code

If you are writing a macro which creates a new sheet in a workbook, it is not at all obvious how you rename it once you've created it.  Try this

    Dim ws As Worksheet 'Create a worksheet object
    Set ws = Sheets.Add  'set worksheet Object to new sheet
    ws.Name = "NewName"  'rename sheet

This is not obvious from the help except that the help says the new method RETURNS a worksheet object.  If something is returned you can set a reference to it using (yes you've guessed it) SET. Now you have an object referencing this sheet you can do what you like with it.

The easiest way to continue your macro from here is to record a macro then change all references to ActiveSheet to WS.

 
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