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Edit macro to allow for worksheets in Active workbook

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Hi Expert's

how would I amend the following vba


Sub calcSheets() Dim WS_Count As Integer Dim I As Integer ' Set WS_Count equal to the number of worksheets in the active ' workbook. WS_Count = ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets.Count ' Begin the loop. For I = 1 To WS_Count ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets(I).EnableCalculation = False ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets(I).EnableCalculation = True Next I End Sub

so ws count corresponds to 7 worksheets. ..
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You can't change the count of worksheets unless you delete or add worksheets.

If you only want to loop through the first 7 worksheets use this.
For I =1 To 7

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If it's 7 specific worksheets you want to work with we'll need more information.
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