Excel: Sheets.Add After:=Sheets(Sheets.Count)

Trying to dupplicate a WorkSheet by "Adding after" a worksheet tab within Excel.  The only way I succeeded was this way:

tmpSheet=GETOBJECT('','Excel.Sheet')
XLApp = tmpSheet.Application
XLapp.DisplayAlerts=.t.
XLApp.Visible=.t.
oTimeSheets = XLApp.Workbooks.Open("c:\Excel\EmptyTimeSheet.XLS")
XLSheet = oTimeSheets.ActiveSheet
XLSheet.Cells.Select
XLSheet.Cells.Copy
XLApp.Sheets.Add()
XLNewSheet = XLApp.ActiveSheet
XLNewSheet.Cells.Select
XLNewSheet.Paste
XLApp.ActiveWindow.Zoom = 55


But this create a new Worksheet "Before" the origin tab.  ADD should be as follow:
Add(Before as Variant, After as Variant, Count as Variant, Type as Variant) as Object.  

Anybody can help me "translating" this into Foxpro code ?  I would need to add after 1 worksheet, name "NewTimeSheet".

Thanks
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rspahitzCommented:
Something like this should let you add sheets AFTER:

    Sheets.Add , Sheets("Sheet2"), 2

This will add "2" sheets, Sheet5 and Sheet4, immediately after Sheet2

Make sure to include the "," immediately after the Add so it skips the "Before" portion
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Ejgil HedegaardCommented:
To make a copy of the entire sheet, you don't need to make a new sheet, and then copy/paste content.
This makes a copy of the active sheet (with all formatting etc.) to a new sheet placed after NewTimeSheet. The copied sheet will be named NewTimeSheet (2), so best to change name, to whatever you like.

Sheets(ActiveSheet.Name).Copy After:=Sheets("NewTimeSheet")
ActiveSheet.Name = "New sheet name"

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meep_meepAuthor Commented:
Wow, thanks to both.
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