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Delete the first row of every worksheet

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I simply need to delete the first row of every worksheet in an Excel workbook.
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Rory Archibald earned 500 total points
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Manually, you can select the first sheet, hold Shift and click the last sheet tab, then delete the first row.
In code:
Sub DelRow1()
   Dim wks as Worksheet
   For each wks in activeworkbook.worksheets
      wks.rows(1).delete
   next wks
End sub

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Thanks! The VB code worked perfectly.
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