Hide worksheets if a box is checked

austinda

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I have a worksheet that has a macro that list all of the active worksheets.
Code:
Sub ListSheetsTab()'downloaded from www.contextures.com
'list all sheets in active workbook
Dim wb As Workbook
Dim ws As Worksheet
Dim wsM As Worksheet
Dim lColorC As Long 'cell color
Dim lColorT As Long 'tab color
Dim lRow As Long
Dim lRowHead As Long
Dim lCol As Long
Dim lCols As Long
Dim lColEnd As Long
Dim lSh As Long
On Error Resume Next
Application.ScreenUpdating = False
Application.EnableEvents = False


Set wb = ActiveWorkbook
Set wsM = Worksheets("Menu")
lRowHead = 4
lCol = 7
lCols = 3
lColEnd = lCol + lCols - 1
lRow = lRowHead + 1


With wsM.Range(wsM.Cells(lRowHead, lCol), _
    wsM.Cells(lRowHead, lColEnd))
  .EntireColumn.Clear
  .Value = Array("ID", "Sheet", "Tab Color")
End With
      
With wsM
  For Each ws In wb.Worksheets
    .Range(.Cells(lRow, lCol), _
      .Cells(lRow, lColEnd - 1)).Value _
      = Array(lRow - lRowHead, ws.Name)
      If ws.Tab.ColorIndex = -4142 Then
        .Cells(lRow, lColEnd) _
          .Interior.ColorIndex _
          = ws.Tab.ColorIndex
      Else
        .Cells(lRow, lColEnd) _
          .Interior.Color _
          = ws.Tab.Color
      End If
      'add hyperlink to sheet name
      .Hyperlinks.Add _
          Anchor:=.Cells(lRow, lCol + 1), _
          Address:="", _
          SubAddress:="'" & ws.Name & "'!A1", _
          ScreenTip:=ws.Name, _
          TextToDisplay:=ws.Name
    lRow = lRow + 1
  Next ws
  
  With .Range(.Cells(lRowHead, lCol), _
      .Cells(lRowHead, lColEnd))
    .Font.Bold = True
    .EntireColumn.AutoFit
  End With
End With
 
Application.ScreenUpdating = True
Application.EnableEvents = True


End Sub
I would like to modify it to also add a column that would have a check box that would allow me to to hide or unhide a workbook if the box is checked.

Any help would be great
 

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Old post, but it looked interesting.

I have a much smaller code to do that. It selects the first sheet and then lists out what it appears you want.

Code:
Sub TabList()
Dim ctr As Long
Sheets(1).Activate
With Range("G4:J4")
    .Value = Array("ID", "Sheet", "Tab Color", "Hide Sheet")
    .Font.Bold = True
End With
For ctr = 1 To Worksheets.Count
    Range("G4").Offset(ctr) = ctr
    Range("H4").Offset(ctr) = Sheets(ctr).Name
    ActiveSheet.Hyperlinks.Add Anchor:=Range("H4").Offset(ctr), Address:="", SubAddress:=Sheets(ctr).Name & "!A1", TextToDisplay:=Sheets(ctr).Name
    Range("I4").Offset(ctr).Interior.ColorIndex = Sheets(ctr).Tab.ColorIndex
Next
Columns("G:J").Columns.AutoFit
End Sub

Now in the Hide Sheet Column, just put an x if you want to hide the sheet, and take it out if you want to show it again. Note that it won't let you hide the sheet that the list is on.

In the Worksheet Change event for the first sheet.

Code:
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
Dim c As Range, d As Range
Set d = Intersect(Target, Range("J6:J" & Range("G" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row))
If d Is Nothing Then Exit Sub
Application.EnableEvents = False
For Each c In d
    Sheets(c.Offset(, -2).Text).Visible = Not ((UCase(c) = "X")) + 0
Next
Application.EnableEvents = True
End Sub
 

austinda

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Love the shorten code works perfectly. I couldn't get the 2nd code to work. It directed me back to the tablist macro
 
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