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What processes/cells/macros are calling/using the hidden workbooks

Posted on 2012-08-29
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Last Modified: 2012-09-21
I have inherited a bunch of Excel workbooks,   some of which have many hidden workbooks.
How do I find what is using a hidden workbook  in a Excel workbook?
There are many long macros.
Is there a tool for documenting the data flow betwixt the workbook & hidden workbooks within excel?
Question by:AndyPandy
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References to the hidden worksheets are likely of the form: Sheets("HiddenSheetName"). You can open the Visual Basic Editor and search for the sheet name.
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(That posted before I was finished.) Be sure to set it to search the Current Project.
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