Capturing events in the Excel workbook?

Hi is there a way to capture all of the following events in the workbook:
any sheet deleted
any sheet copied
any sheet renamed

I want another VBA code to initiate if any of these events occur.

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Dmitriy KritskiyAsked:
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ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
Yes and no.

There is the a before delete event on the workbook level. But the other two don't have one. In this case you need to hook into the workbook or application level on an appropriate change, activate/deactivate event. Where you store the sheet names in a collection and compare them with the existing ones. But I'm not quite sure how to handle an sheet move in a more complex case.

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Dmitriy KritskiyAuthor Commented:
ok thanks
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