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Would like that on the window button to have a userform to give me option which one to open.

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Hello there Experts Exchange,

---I Would like that on the window button to have a userform to give me option which one to open.
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Martin Liss earned 500 total points
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Give this a try.  When the workbook opens, click the "Windows" button (the one on the right of the "ON" button). When you do, a userform will appear and you can choose the worksheets that you want to see.

Inside the UserForm_Terminate sub of the new userform named frmShow you'll find two CONSTs that you can change to suit your display.
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vba is password protected... and gives errors...not the best way to present a solution
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Thanks again Marty, works like a charm...
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