Need help in finding old post for vba hide/unhide sheets

greegan

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  1. 365
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  1. Windows
Hello again,

I'm pretty sure this has been discussed but I haven't been able to find it.
I'm unhiding many worksheets at once for my reports however they are not always named the same from one instance to the next. I was pretty sure there was a thread discussing a dialog box of sorts, with checkboxes of all visible sheets (to hide) and invisible sheets (to unhide). It was either checkboxes or two lists with a move button from visible to not visble.
Am I crazy? This has been discussed right? if so, can someone provide me a link. if not, then how could this be done?
thank you

-- g
 

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