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Excel project Explorer "Sheet #" has been renamed

Posted on 2014-10-27
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In the project explorer view for excel (office 365),  the names have changed. By example,  please have a look at the link below.   In my case instead of Sheet 3 (Budget), my project explorer shows btnCalendar (Budget).

http://www.ozgrid.com/VBA/excel-vba-sheet-names.htm

I do not know how this has happened.  I am concerned that this might indicate a larger problem.

I would like the project explorer to show Sheet 3 (Budget)

Appreciate your help.
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it happens because either a macro or a user has changed the sheet name from the property of sheet object in VBA interface.

if you want to fix it.  go to VBA interface by pressing F11 and then click on that sheet object then click on the small icon called properties window and then rename the sheet name from there back to Sheet 3.
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Perfect!     Thank you for the help.
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