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Can we find the excel sheets created dates and time.

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Hi,

Is there any way to find the excel sheets sheets created date and time.I have 20 sheets in a file.I want to know there details.

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Sharath
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The following VBA statement will tell you when the workbook was created, but it won't tell you about the individual sheets:
  MsgBox ActiveWorkbook.BuiltinDocumentProperties.Item("Creation date").Value

One way to accomplish what you are talking about is to create a macro that runs whenever a worksheet is created. Have it insert the current date into some (hidden) cell.
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Where and how should i run this script.
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