Worksheet hyperlinks in toolbar

Jonbob

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Feb 6, 2003
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I have a list of worksheets in a workbook. I have the ability via macro to automatically update the list of worksheets. How can you create a new toolbar with a dropdown list of all the worksheets and when you select the worksheet in the toolbar, it will hyperlink to that worksheet?

thanks,
jonbob
 

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Chitosunday

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assuming the name of your listbox is listbox1 . Put this code in your userform

Private Sub ListBox1_Click()
Sheets(ListBox1.Text).Activate
End Sub

Private Sub UserForm_Initialize()
For Each Sheet In Worksheets
ListBox1.AddItem Sheet.Name
Next Sheet
End Sub
 

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