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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Imelda Perez, Oct 14, 2008.

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  1. Imelda Perez

    Imelda Perez Thread Starter

    Oct 14, 2008
    I have a spreadsheet with multiple tabs of names. I could be in any one of those tabs and decide to go to another. I need to know how to go back to the previous tab I was in without having to search for it. Can anyone help me with the code in vbe? I have to warn you that I have never done vbe before so you have to tell me where to type the codes and how. Thanks.
  2. DaveA

    DaveA Trusted Advisor Spam Fighter

    Nov 16, 1999
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    This is from the help in Excel 2003
    To do this Press
    Insert a new worksheet. SHIFT+F11 or ALT+SHIFT+F1

    Move to the next sheet in the workbook. CTRL+PAGE DOWN

    Move to the previous sheet in the workbook. CTRL+PAGE UP

    Select the current and next sheet. To cancel selection of multiple sheets, press CTRL+PAGE DOWN or, to select a different sheet, press CTRL+PAGE UP.

    Select the current and previous sheet. SHIFT+CTRL+PAGE UP

    Rename the current sheet (Format menu, Sheet submenu, Rename command).
    ALT+O, H, R

    Move or copy the current sheet (Edit menu, Move or Copy Sheet command).
    ALT+E, M

    Delete the current sheet (Edit menu, Delete Sheet command).
    ALT+E, L
  3. jonvan


    Oct 9, 2008
    Looks like you're wanting to go to the previously viewed sheet, rather than the immediately previous sheet (which CTRL+PGUP does). Am I correct in this thinking?

    For instance, you have sheets 1-100, and are currently viewing 89. You want to go to the last sheet you were on, which is 52, but you do not want to scroll through all sheets to get to it.
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