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Hi Expert,

Need help to create VBA Code.

Step 1 Clicking Explore Button on sheet LT which search for LT.Z Sheet in workbook.
Step 2 If there, then End
Step 3 If Not there than create one - name LT.Z i.e. create copy of sheet Sample rename it to LT.Z

See attached File

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Z-Score.xlsm
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by:terencino
ID: 39252701
Hi your XLSM sheet is protected. But the procedure is something like this:

Sub CheckLTZ()
Dim s as Worksheet
For Each s In ThisWorkbook.Sheets
If s.Name = "LT.Z" Then Exit Sub
Next s
Worksheets("Sample").Copy ThisWorkbook.Sheets(Sheets.Count)
ActiveSheet.Name = "LT.Z"
End Sub

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...Terry
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by:itjockey
ID: 39252712
Sorry "ee"
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by:itjockey
ID: 39252715
Not That way if sheet name TT then Search for TT.Z if not found than create copy of sheet sample & rename to TT.Z

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by:terencino
ID: 39252817
TT.Z, LT.Z, just change the code to suit. Have a look at the spreadsheet attached and press the Explore button to see what it does
Sub Explore()
Dim s As Worksheet
For Each s In ThisWorkbook.Sheets
If s.Name = "TT.Z" Then Exit Sub
Next s
Worksheets("Sample").Copy ThisWorkbook.Sheets(Sheets.Count)
ActiveSheet.Name = "TT.Z"
End Sub

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Copy-of-Z-Score-1.xlsm
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by:itjockey
ID: 39252865
working at once but if change Sheet Name to ACC then it wont create ACC.Z
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by:terencino
ID: 39252892
OK I think I got it, try this one instead
Copy-of-Z-Score-2.xlsm
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by:itjockey
ID: 39252934
Yes up to the mark one more thing, if you can hide the sheet after creating... will be most use full for me.. after this I ll close this question.


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terencino earned 500 total points
ID: 39253067
No problems, just added
ActiveSheet.Visible = xlHidden

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Copy-of-Z-Score-3.xlsm
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by:itjockey
ID: 39253704
Mr.terencino,
I am on way back to home as and when I reach my place I will accept your answer as I can not run this code in phone.this is very 1st step of my whole project if you wish to solve more on this pls be with me, As per my understanding who start from scratch will know my next question much better than other.i will post my next question link in this question,if you wish to solve most welcome,if don't want - No hard feeling.

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by:itjockey
ID: 39254174
Thank You Very Much
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by:itjockey
ID: 39255794
Need one more thing if my sample sheet is hidden then code will perform same.

My next question link which next procedure for same file.

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