Stressed out colours!!

Kate Fergie

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Hi Expert Excel Folks,

Thank you for your amazing forum that has helped me many times.
I hope there is an easy answer for this weird & far from earth-critical issue however apologies in advance that I am NOT an excel expert, classifying me as a vaguely competent user is probably also a stretch, so not only do i have this problem but I may not even be able to answer too many questions about what I'm even trying to do in order to fix it!!! Anything more than an "=" is shaky ground but without further warnings....
* A particular selections of spreadsheets I have to work with are produced out of a separate software we use at work.
* I need to then move these from a collective workbook of tabs into separate files (1 per tab)
* Thanks to you guys I now do that with a little code thingo so its really easy (Yay for you guys & thank you!!) it all works perfectly
* BUT even if I were to do the process manually (of moving a tab into its own isolated spreadsheet) the minute I move it, it goes from the beautiful blue/green soft marine colours of joy....... to some hideous 70s tablecloth of dark burgundy, burnt orange & purple (which is also just harder to read).

So is there anyway of preventing the colours from changing? Better still anyway to do it with terrible Excel skills? (I am using Excel Version 2102)
 

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johnnyL

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Please present the vba code that you are working with.
 

Kate Fergie

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Hi JohnnyL :)
So... I don't know what a vbl is (hence the warning before). Can you let me know where to find it & I will happily provide it. So sorry, I know its hard to believe anyone can be this dim but "hi" :)
 

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