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    Hi
    I have 3 sheets and they are showing in the vba editor/project window as following:

    - sheet1(hello1)
    - sheet2(hello2)
    - sheet3(hello3)

    I am moving these sheets around using vba code and I want to make sure that sheet1 is the active one after whatever move I do. I remember once I used code name to activate sheet1(hello1), but it does not work now

    Code:
    Sub abc()
        Workbooks(1).Sheet1.Activate
    End Sub
    I am trying to avoid using worksheets("hello1")
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    Do not specify the workbook.
    Codenames refer to the workbook, that contains the code
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    "Codenames refer to the workbook, that contains the code"
    Did not know that. Thank you so much.

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