Create worksheets from a list using excel VBA

May 17, 2012 at 14:57:25
Specs: Windows XP
DerbyDad03 - I loved the vba code that you provided another user, and I've been trying to get it to work for my application as well. I am an amatuer with excel and trying my darndest to learn more and more about it. The code you provided is here :

I couple of questions I have is how do I accomplish the same thing without the TOC?

Also, I am using dates to name the tabs. With the code you provided, it returns an error. What needs to be changed in the code to rename the tabs using dates?

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May 17, 2012 at 19:57:50
If your Dates have / (slashes) they will not work because Sheet names cannot contain slashes.

You have to use something like MONTH(A1) & "-" & DAY(A1) & "-" & YEAR(A1) to create a date like 5-17-2012.

re: "how do I accomplish the same thing without the TOC?"

Well, since the code in that thread creates a TOC, you obviously don't want the "same thing".

What do you want?

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May 23, 2012 at 16:01:13
The autocreate and rename macro is awesome. I am trying to create additional worksheets from the master I have, and the vba code you provided to another user works great. I have no need for a TOC and I've tried to play with the VBA code to remove what I thought was the TOC worksheet/code and have not been successful. I have two(2) seperate worksheets that I am trying to accomplish the autocreate and rename from a list. The first workbook that i need to create additional worksheets in uses a list of my employees. The second workbook I am building/using uses weekend ending dates, and I am trying to autocreate and rename the worksheets/tabs with the date as the name of the tab. I have no need for a TOC, in either workbook, so anything you can do to assist would be greatly appreciated. I hope this answers your previous question.

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