To unhide sheet, you must set the Visible property to True.
Visible = Hide(or False) - Sheet/Unhide is not greyed out To hide specific (second) worksheet Back to top Inserting worksheets avoiding duplicate names, naming & validations Checks to see if sheet already exists with the name My Sheet and does not add it again as Excel cannot store duplicate worksheet names in a workbook.
Now that you have (hopefully) reviewed the previous articles on this website VBA reference guide, you may want to browse some example snippets of code which can be used to build up your knowledge and personal library of Excel VBA.
The following links will take you to a particular section to help you find some reference that maybe of interest to you (which can be as simple as a one line piece of code): Used range of cells - worksheet protection by value type Basic calculation (Sum) in a range of cells Nested For...
Change the ranges using a comma separator for each union range.
Modify the condition and its returning value to suit.
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Validation if name already exists or no name stored or if it is a number as its name.
Adds new worksheet with the month and year as its name and sets the range("A1: A5") from Sheet1 to new worksheet.
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