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VBA to make selected sheets “Very Hidden”; all sheets visible Weeks ago, I showed the way to unhide a very hidden sheet in #Excel via Visual Basic editor (VBE). You may refer to that post HERE. Technically we could follow … Continue reading
How to unhide a very hidden worksheet? Situation: You see in the formula bar that the cell is referred to a worksheet called “VeryHidden”. However you don’t see it on the sheet tab. Naturally you right-click on a sheet tab … Continue reading
Have you ever had this experience with #Excel? Someone sent you a workbook that is empty! What I mean empty here is not that there is no content in the workbook. You know that there are lots of data in … Continue reading
Don’t be shy! Let silly things continue! Let’s Hide and Seek with #Excel again! 🙂 Case 1 Case 2 Case 3 You may download a Sample File – Hide and Seek Cell Content for the above cases. If you know the … Continue reading
Cannot unhide column A? I know… it sounds another silly thing in #Excel. But I do believe many novice users have had this experience before. If you were one of them, you would know how frustrating that would be. I … Continue reading