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Define a Sheets Array dynamically

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How can I define this array dynamically?

Sheets(Array("AAL Wk 40", "ACA Wk 40", "AFR Wk 40", "BAW Wk 40", "BWA Wk 40", _
        "ETD Wk 40", "GIA Wk 40", "LAN Wk 40", "LOT Wk 40", "OAS Wk 40", "RJA Wk 40", _
        "SVA Wk 40", "TAR Wk 40")).Copy

The optimum solution would be something like this:
Sheets(Array(Sheets(1) through Sheets(Sheets.Count - 1)).copy  - OR -  
Sheets(Array(Sheets(1).Name & ":" & Sheets(Sheets.Count - 1).Name).copy

Do you know what I mean?

Thanks,
John
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Question by:gabrielPennyback
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by:Martin Liss
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Is there anything unique about the sheets that you want to include in the array? Also what do you want to do with the array?
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by:Norie
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Perhaps something like this.
Dim arrSheets()
Dim I As Long

    For I = 1 To Sheets.Count - 1
        ReDim Preserve arrSheets(1 To I)
        
         arrSheets(I) = Sheets(I).Name
    Next I
    
   Sheets(arrSheets).Copy

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Sheets(Application.Transpose(Evaluate("Row(1:" & Sheets.Count - 1 & ")"))).Copy

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Kris
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by:gabrielPennyback
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Thanks, Kris. Nothing gratifies me VBA-wise like a compact code, and you can't beat one line! inmorie, yours also works quite well, but I have to give Kris the bulk of the points because of the one line thing. :- )

Thanks to both of you,

John
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