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Directing a "Go To" statement in a Macro

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EE Pros;

I have a WB that has four WSs.  All are hidden when the WB is opened except WS1.  Based on a choice on WS1, one of two other worksheets is opened (either WS2 or WS3). From either WS2 or WS3, a button directs WS 4 to be opened and used.  When finished with WS4, I want to return to WS 2 or 3 DEPENDING ON WHICH ONE IS OPEN (NOT HIDDEN).  While going to WS4 is easy, how I get a macro to determine which WS is open (WS 2 or 3) and go to it, while hiding again WS4 is not something I know how to do but would expect it needs an "if" Statement and a macro.

Any help would be most appreciated.

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Hi, Bright01.

I'm not sure I've correctly understood your requirements, but please see attached.

Regards,
Brian.
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Do you have the rest of the code set up yet? If so, can you post it?

You'd probably need something like this:

If Worksheets("WS2").Visible then Worksheets("WS2").select
If Worksheets("WS3").Visible then Worksheets("WS3").select

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...and a small change so that selecting WS2 or WS3 from WS1 will hide the other sheet.Appearances-V2.xlsm
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Great Teamwork!  Fast and accurate.

Much thanks,

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Thanks, Bright01.
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