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I had this question after viewing Port v1.
Hi Experts,

Will any one please add few lines in existing Code Module NewTabs...which print type Broker or Client in Cell G1.... i.e. new Sheet created from column A Then Print "Broker" in Cell G1 and if New Sheet Created From column B Then Print "Client" in Cell G1. whole explanation is given in above link.Assuming Sheet BigB and MySelf is not there between sheet Start to Sheet EndSo after running macro it has been created.If Sheet Created from column A Name then Print Broker in Cell G1if sheet created from column B then print client in Cell G1
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Portfolio-V05.xlsm
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I think you can get what you want just by changing the template shhets with no change to the VBA macro.  Take a look at the updated workbook attached, I think this was what you were looking for.

~bp
Portfolio-V06.xlsm
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Awesome Man.....Some Time I Confuse My Self & Make Task More Difficult ....and forgot obvious.

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Simply Perfect....
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Thanks, glad that was helpful.

~bp
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