Formula for Worksheet Name

AlexN

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Hi,
is it possible to put a simple formula in a cell to show the name of a worksheet.

Thanks for your help
Alex
 

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Good point Barrie! If you have mutliple sheets open, then the value will change as well.
 
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Yeah I just noticed that. Am just trying to work that out now as I need this to give me the name for each individual worksheet all in the same file!
 
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You can get around that by slightly changing the formula to:

=RIGHT(CELL("FILENAME",A1),LEN(CELL("FILENAME",A1))-FIND("]",CELL("FILENAME",A1)))

Regards,
 
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