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Delete all sheets except defined ones

Posted on 2011-03-13
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I need to run a macro that will delete all sheets except those named..

"WEEK1", "WEEK2", "WEEK3", "WEEK4", "WEEK5", "MONTH", strCurrentContractors, strCreateReport, strExceptions, strExchangeRate, strSummary, strTemplate

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Antonio King
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Like this perhaps:
Sub x()

Dim ws As Worksheet

For Each ws In Worksheets
    Select Case ws.Name
        Case "WEEK1", "WEEK2", "WEEK3", "WEEK4", "WEEK5", "MONTH", _
             strCurrentContractors, strCreateReport, strExceptions, strExchangeRate, _
             strSummary, strTemplate
            ' do nothing
        Case Else
            Application.DisplayAlerts = False
            ws.Delete
            Application.DisplayAlerts = True
    End Select
Next ws

End Sub

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by:antonioking
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Thanks, how do I stop excel asking for comfirmation to delete the sheet?
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by:StephenJR
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Line 12 should do that. Are you saying you get the message every time?
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by:cbsbutler
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I left those lines out! Added in now and working. Thanks v much!

Antonio King
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