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Dim WS As Worksheet Set WS = NAMESOMETHING ' This activates NAMESOMETHING(Sheet1) WS.ACTIVATE
Sub ACTIVATE2() ' The following works, but is based on Name, not (NAME) Sheets(Array("Sheet1", "Sheet2")).Select ' This does not work, calling (NAME) into the above array Sheets(Array("NAMESOMETHING", "RENAMESHEET2")).Select ' This below works, but only one Worksheet at a time. Dim WS As Worksheet Set WS = NAMESOMETHING ' This activates NAMESOMETHING(Sheet1) WS.ACTIVATE ' I want to Select both "NAMESOMETHING" and "RENAMESHEET2" ' So that I can "Print Preview" the two at once! ' Once selected, I would use something such as: ' ActiveWindow.SelectedSheets.PrintPreview End Sub
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