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Thread: Copy and Rename Sheets Excl 2007
2012-03-20, 05:22 #1
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Copy and Rename Sheets Excl 2007
Hi once again, I hope someone can help. I have a workbook with a sheet named "0001". I wish to copy this sheet "x" times and incremently rename each sheet. For example, copy 4 times and have sheets named "0001"; "0002"; "0003"; "0004";"0005".
The following code does part of the job in that it allows me to name the sheet to be copied and to provide the number of copies required and copies the sheet the correct number of times but gives them names "0001 (2)", "0001 (3)" etc.
How should I modify the code?
Dim Arr() As String
Dim i As Integer
ReDim Arr(Sheets.Count - 1)
For i = 0 To Sheets.Count - 1
Arr(i) = Sheets(i + 1).Name
SheetName = Application.InputBox("Enter the name of the sheet you wish to copy")
NumCopies = Application.InputBox("Enter the number of times you wish to copy the sheet")
Counter = 0
MyNum = NumCopies
Do Until MyNum = 0
MyNum = MyNum - 1
Counter = Counter + 1
2012-03-20, 20:41 #2
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Since your code asks for the sheet name, the assumption I have made is that 0001 is not always the copied sheet. The following code would make as many copies as you requested but relies on a few conditions which should probably be handled if you are using this regularly. Eg it will baulk if you don't provide a valid sheet name or already have a sheet which is called "0001", "0002" etc.
Sub DuplicateSheetz() Dim SheetName As String, NumCopies As Integer SheetName = Application.InputBox("Enter the name of the sheet you wish to copy") NumCopies = Application.InputBox("Enter the number of times you wish to copy the sheet") Do While NumCopies > 0 Sheets(SheetName).Copy after:=Sheets(SheetName) Sheets(Sheets(SheetName).Index + 1).Name = Format(NumCopies, "0000") NumCopies = NumCopies - 1 Loop End SubAndrew Lockton, Chrysalis Design, Melbourne Australia
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