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How can I add new sheet from macro or batch processing?

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How can add new sheet from worksheet1 to worksheet2 without opening worksheet2?

I basically wants to add newsheet using vba or any kind of Batch processing without opening a worksheet. I want to add new sheets to 50 different xls files all files in one directory.
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As far as I know, the workbook (file) has to be opened for you to add a worksheet to it. However, the appearance of the file opening can be hidden by not updating the screen.
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