Assign Worksheet Name in Macro

joeharri

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I would like to assign a specific Worksheet name in a Macro.

Example:

Sheets("AP Drivers").Select

"AP Drivers" is what I want to change.
How do you assign this worksheet name at the beginning of the macro and have it pass everytime the Sheets*.Select command is used?

Thanks.
 

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You can access the name property by for example:

Code:
Dim wsName as String

wsName = Sheets("AP Drivers").Name

which will assign the name "AP Drivers" to variable wsName.

Does this help?

Richard
 
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