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Delete specific embeded object in excel 2010

Posted on 2014-03-26
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Guys

I want to be able to delete all embedded objects except a specific object on an excel spreadsheet. At the moment I have a logo at the top and my code deletes all objects including the logo and I don't want this.

can you help

the embedded object I want to keep is  "Object 34"

I use this at the moment but it deletes everything

 Wbo.Sheets("Design Request Form").OLEObjects.Delete

Regards
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Rory Archibald earned 500 total points
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You'll need to loop - like this:

Dim oOLE as OLEObject
For each oOLE in Wbo.Sheets("Design Request Form").OLEObjects
If oOLE.Name <> "Object 34" then oOLE.Delete
Next oOLE

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great thanks for the quick response
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