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markf5998

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Sub Hide()
Sheet1.Visible = False
Sheet2.Visible = False
End Sub

Sub Unhide()
Sheet1.Visible = True
Sheet2.Visible = True
End Sub
 

BrianExcel

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Apr 21, 2010
Messages
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You can also do:

Sub Hide()
Sheet1.Visible = xlHidden (or xlveryhidden) if you don't want the user to be able to see it at all.
Sheet2.Visible = xlHidden (or xlveryhidden) if you don't want the user to be able to see it at all.
End Sub

Sub Unhide()
Sheet1.Visible = True
Sheet2.Visible = True
End Sub
 
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