Opening a sheet when you have the CodeName as a string

BrighterLater

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I think I am missing something obvious here but if I have the CodeName of a sheet as a string then can I use it to directly activate the sheet?
 

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Ok I know how to do it

if the CodeName is Fred, say then

ThisWorkbook.VBProject.VBComponents("Fred").Activate
does it
 
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