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How to delete hidden worksheets in Excel?

Perhaps you have a workbook contains many hidden worksheets which aren’t useful, and they take up so many bits, now you want to delete all of the trashy hidden worksheets. How could you quickly delete them?

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Delete hidden worksheets with VBA code

The following VBA code will delete all hidden worksheets within a workbook.

1. Open the workbook you want to delete the hidden worksheet.

Delete hidden worksheets with Inspect Document function

With the Inspect Document function of Excel, you can delete the hidden worksheets quickly and easily.

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2. Then a prompt box pops out to remind you if you really want to delete all hidden worksheets. See screenshot:

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Delete Or Hide Objects/Controls On A Worksheet

Delete or Hide Objects/Controls on a worksheet Shapes collection

Members of the Shapes collection are:

1. ActiveX controls (Control Toolbox) or a linked or embedded OLE objects2. Controls from the Forms toolbar3. Controls from the Drawing toolbar4. Pictures, charts, ………………

You see that all objects/controls are a member of the Shapes collection.

Below you find examples to delete or hide the members of this collection.

Tip: if you only want to hide all shapes for a moment then you can use the toggle shortcut Ctrl 6 (This is for the whole workbook)

Manual delete shapes

Note: for Activex(control toolbox) controls you must be in “Design Mode” in Excel 97-2003. Use the first button on the Control toolbox toolbar to toggle this mode.

With VBA code

Delete all shapes

Use this macro to delete all shapes on the worksheet, working in all Excel versions(also in 2007).

Sub Shapes1() 'Delete all Objects except Comments On Error Resume Next ActiveSheet.DrawingObjects.Visible = True ActiveSheet.DrawingObjects.Delete On Error GoTo 0 End Sub Sub Comments() ActiveSheet.Cells.ClearComments End Sub Sub NotUseThisMacro() 'Delete every shape in the Shapes collection Dim myshape As Shape For Each myshape In ActiveSheet.Shapes myshape.Delete Next myshape End Sub

Delete only specific shapes

What if you only want to delete control toolbox controls, Pictures or forms controls.You can loop through the collection and check the Type of the control.

12 = ActiveX control (control toolbox) or a linked or embedded OLE object.13 = Picture 8 = Forms controls

For Type 8 we use another macro to avoid the problem of losing AutoFilter and Data Validation dropdowns on your chúng tôi the example in this section “Delete only Forms controls”

Sub Shapes2() 'Loop through the Shapes collection and use the Type number of the control Dim myshape As Shape For Each myshape In ActiveSheet.Shapes ' ActiveX control (control toolbox) or a linked or embedded OLE object If chúng tôi = 12 Then myshape.Delete ' You can also use myshape.Visible = False Next myshape End Sub

If you want to know all the Type numbers of all controls on your worksheet you can run this macro to add a new worksheet with the names and Type numbers of all objects on your worksheet.You can find the number then that you must use in the code to delete the objects you want.

Sub ListAllObjectsActiveSheet() Dim NewSheet As Worksheet Dim MySheet As Worksheet Dim myshape As Shape Dim I As Long Set MySheet = ActiveSheet Set NewSheet = Worksheets.Add With NewSheet .Range("A1").Value = "Name" .Range("B1").Value = "Visible(-1) or Not Visible(0)" .Range("C1").Value = "Shape type" I = 2 For Each myshape In MySheet.Shapes .Cells(I, 1).Value = myshape.Name .Cells(I, 2).Value = myshape.Visible .Cells(I, 3).Value = myshape.Type I = I + 1 Next myshape .Range("A1:C1").Font.Bold = True .Columns.AutoFit .Range("A1:C" & Rows.Count).Sort Key1:=Range("C1"), _ Order1:=xlAscending, Header:=xlYes End With End Sub

Delete only Forms controls

This example avoid the problem of losing AutoFilter and Data Validation dropdowns on your worksheet when you use Type 8.

Sub Shapes4() 'Dave Peterson and Bob Phillips 'Example only for the Forms controls Dim shp As Shape Dim testStr As String For Each shp In ActiveSheet.Shapes If chúng tôi = 8 Then If shp.FormControlType = 2 Then testStr = "" On Error Resume Next testStr = shp.TopLeftCell.Address On Error GoTo 0 Else shp.Delete End If End If Next shp End Sub

In the workaround macro above we use FormControlType = 2 in the loop (xlDropDown). AutoFilter and Data Validation dropdowns do not have TopLeftCell.Address and the macro will not delete this DropDowns.

Other FormControl constants are:(only for the Forms controls)

xlButtonControl = 0xlCheckBox = 1xlDropDown = 2xlEditBox = 3 xlGroupBox = 4xlLabel = 5xlListBox = 6xlOptionButton = 7 xlScrollBar = 8xlSpinner = 9

Delete or Hide one shapeBecause all objects/controls are a member of the shapes collection we can use this to delete or hide one button, picture or ?

Sub Delete_One_Shape() ActiveSheet.Shapes("YourShapeName").Delete End Sub Sub Hide_One_Shape() ActiveSheet.Shapes("YourShapeName").Visible = False End Sub Specific examples for Activex(control toolbox) or Forms controls

For most things the macros in the first section of this page are Ok but if you only want to delete Forms buttons or ActiveX buttons then look here for a few examples.

ActiveX controls (Control Toolbox) or linked or embedded OLE objects

Sub OLEObjects1() 'Hide all ActiveX controls(Control Toolbox)or linked or embedded OLE objects On Error Resume Next ActiveSheet.OLEObjects.Visible = False On Error GoTo 0 End Sub Sub OLEObjects2() 'Delete all ActiveX controls(Control Toolbox)or linked or embedded OLE objects On Error Resume Next ActiveSheet.OLEObjects.Visible = True ActiveSheet.OLEObjects.Delete On Error GoTo 0 End Sub Sub OLEObjects3() 'Delete/hide only all CommandButtons from the Control Toolbox Dim obj As OLEObject For Each obj In ActiveSheet.OLEObjects If TypeOf obj.Object Is MSForms.CommandButton Then obj.Delete ' or obj.Visible = False if you want to hide them End If Next End Sub

Others are :

MSForms.CheckBox MSForms.TextBox MSForms.OptionButtonMSForms.ListBoxMSForms.ComboBox MSForms.ToggleButtonMSForms.SpinButton MSForms.ScrollBar MSForms.LabelMSForms.Image

Sub OLEObjects4() 'Hide one ActiveX control(Control Toolbox)or a linked or embedded OLE object ActiveSheet.OLEObjects("CommandButton1").Visible = False End Sub Sub OLEObjects5() 'Delete one ActiveX control(Control Toolbox)or a linked or embedded OLE object ActiveSheet.OLEObjects("CommandButton1").Delete End Sub

Because Control Toolbox controls are also a member of the Shapes collection you can also use this :

Sub OLEObjects6() 'Hide one Control Toolbox button or Control ActiveSheet.Shapes("CommandButton1").Visible = False End Sub Sub OLEObjects7() 'Delete one Control Toolbox button or Control ActiveSheet.Shapes("CommandButton1").Delete End Sub

To clear textboxes or uncheck checkboxes you can use code like this :

Sub TestMe() Dim obj As OLEObject For Each obj In ActiveSheet.OLEObjects If TypeOf obj.Object Is MSForms.TextBox Then chúng tôi = "" End If If TypeOf obj.Object Is MSForms.CheckBox Then obj.Object.Value = False End If Next End Sub

Forms controls

Sub Forms1() 'Delete All Forms buttons ActiveSheet.Buttons.Delete End Sub Sub Forms2() 'Hide All Forms buttons ActiveSheet.Buttons.Visible = False End Sub Sub Forms3() 'Delete one Forms button ActiveSheet.Buttons("Button 1").Delete End Sub Sub Forms4() 'Hide one Forms button ActiveSheet.Buttons("Button 1").Visible = False End Sub

Instead of Buttons you can also use

OptionButtonsCheckBoxes DropDowns

Because Forms controls are also a member of the Shapes collection you can also use this

Sub Forms5() 'One Forms button or Control ActiveSheet.Shapes("Button 1").Delete End Sub Sub Forms6() 'One Forms button or Control ActiveSheet.Shapes("Button 1").Visible = False End Sub

How To Group And Ungroup Worksheets In Excel

This tutorial will teach you how to group worksheets together in Excel to get the ability to modify multiple sheets at a time.

Have you ever found yourself in a situation when you need to perform the same tasks on multiple sheets? That’s very easy to do with the Group Worksheets feature. If your sheets have the same layout and structure, just group them together, and any changes you make on one sheet will be automatically applied to all other worksheets in the group.

When you are working with a set of identically structured sheets, grouping them together can save you a lot of time. Once the worksheets are grouped, you can enter the same data, make the same changes, write the same formulas and apply the same formatting to all the worksheets at once without having to switch through different sheets and edit each one individually.

Here are just a few examples of what you can do to a group of worksheets:

Add new or edit the existing data on several worksheets at a time.

Perform the same calculations with the same regions and cells.

Print out a selection of worksheets.

Set up the header, footer, and page layout.

Correct the same typo or mistake on multiple sheets.

Move, copy, or delete a group of worksheets.

In the screenshot below, we are setting up a table with the same data, formatting and layout for the 4 grouped worksheets: East, North, South and West.

How to group worksheets in Excel

For example, here’s how you can group two worksheets:

Once the worksheets are grouped, you can edit them all in one go. Also, you can perform calculations that will automatically reflect on all the worksheets in the group.

As an example, suppose we want to calculate the amount of commission based on the commission percentage (column C) and sales (column D) on the following sheets: East, North, South and West.

Here’s the fastest way:

Group the 4 sheets.

Enter the below formula in cell E2, and copy it down through cell E5: =C2*D2

Done! The formula will appear on all the grouped sheets in the same cells.

How to group all worksheets in Excel

To group all the worksheets in a workbook, this is what you need to do:

Choose Select All Sheets in the context menu.

Note. When all the sheets in a workbook are grouped, switching to another sheet tab will ungroup the worksheet. If only some worksheets are grouped, you can browse through the grouped sheets without ungrouping them.

How do you tell if worksheets are grouped in Excel?

There are two visual signs of grouped worksheets in Excel:

The sheet tabs in a group have a white background; the sheet tabs outside the group appear in gray.

The word Group is added to the name of the workbook; as soon as the worksheets are ungrouped, it disappears.

How to ungroup worksheets in Excel

After you’ve made the desired changes, you can ungroup the worksheets in this way:

Choose Ungroup Sheets in the context menu.

That’s how to group and ungroup worksheets in Excel. I thank you for reading and hope to see you on our blog again next week!

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How To Protect / Lock Hidden Columns In Excel?

How to protect / lock hidden columns in Excel?

In Excel, Hide and Unhide columns are common functions that you may use them a lot, you can easily hide the columns and then unhide them again. But sometimes, you need to hide some columns which contain important data that you don’t want others to read. How could you protect the hidden columns not being unhide by others in Excel?

Protect or lock hidden columns with Excel feature

In Excel, the following steps can help you prevent the hidden columns from seeing, please do as this:

6. And in the Protect Sheet dialog, enter your password and confirm it. See screenshots:

And when you unhide the columns with the Unhide function, the Unhide tool will become gray, so that you can’t unhide the hidden columns. See screenshot:

Note: Because you have removed the locked status from all cells, you can enter data into the cells of worksheet as normal.

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Protect/lock hidden columns with Kutools for Excel

If you have Kutools for Excel installed, its Selection Lock utility and Selection Unlock utility will help you much easier to protect/lock hidden columns in Excel. You can do as follows:

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Then you will see hidden columns are locked and protected, while other cells in current sheet works as normal.

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Demo: protect / lock hidden columns in Excel

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How To Delete A Page In Excel

What to Know

Go to the View tab, select Page Break Preview, then drag the dotted blue line to adjust the area you want to print.

If you only want to print part of the worksheet, highlight the area you want to print, then go to the File tab and select Print.

To set a print area for the document permanently, go to the Page Layout tab, highlight the area you want to print, then select Print Area.

This article explains how to delete pages in Excel. Instructions apply to Excel for Microsoft 365, Excel 2024, Excel 2024, Excel 2013, and Excel 2010.

How to Delete Unwanted Pages in Excel

Page breaks are the boundaries in a worksheet that decide what content goes on your printed document page. Excel chooses these for you automatically, using your default paper size and margin settings. You can also adjust the automatic page breaks by scaling your print job smaller (less than 100 percent) or larger (more than 100 percent) than your working document.

Insert, delete, or move page breaks in Excel to make sure pages print as expected.

Open the worksheet in which you want to delete a page and select the View tab.

Select Page Break Preview in the Workbook Views group.

You can adjust page breaks in the Normal view in Excel, but it’s easier to use Page Break Preview to work on the page break layout. The preview mode shows how any change you make to columns or rows impacts the automatic page breaks.

With Page Break Preview enabled, you can see a dotted line representing the automatic page break, with each page numbered.

You can select any of the blue lines (both dotted and solid) to adjust the print areas.

Select and drag the dotted blue line (an automated print break) to adjust the area you would like to print. The line turns solid, converting it to a manual page break.

When you finish adjusting the page breaks, select Normal in the Workbook Views group.

How to Set Your Print Area in Excel

Creating page breaks is a great way to manage larger documents, but what if you want to print a snapshot of the content and not the whole worksheet? You can use printer options to print a selected area by following these steps.

For one-time printing:

Select and drag to highlight the area of the worksheet that you want to print.

Select the File tab.

Choose Print.

Choose Print Selection in the list under Settings.

Change Print Settings Permanently

If you’ll print the selected area more than once and want to set a print area for the document permanently, you can do it this way.

Go to the Page Layout tab.

Highlight the area that you want to print, then select Print Area in the Page Setup group.

Choose Set Print Area.

How To Quickly Delete All Autoshapes In Excel?

How to quickly delete all autoshapes in Excel?

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Delete all autoshapes in active worksheet with Go To function in Excel

If there are only one kind of objects-autoshapes in a worksheet, you can delete all autoshapes with Go To function.

Note: Objects contain autoshapes, pictures, clip arts and so on. Applying this method will remove other objects besides auto shapes if there are not only autoshapes object in the worksheet.

Delete all autoshapes in active worksheet with VBA

Using VBA macro can help you delete all auto shapes in active worksheet quickly.

Step 1: Hold down the ALT + F11 keys, and it opens the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window.

VBA: delete all shapes in active worksheet.

Step 3: Press the F5 key to run this macro.

Then you will see all shapes in active worksheet are deleted quickly.

Notes:

1. This VBA macro can only delete all shapes in active worksheet.

2. This VBA macro can delete all kinds of shapes in active worksheet, including pictures, ClipArt, Shapes, SmartArt, charts, Text boxes, etc.

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Step 2: In Delete Tools dialog box, please check Auto shapes option, and check one of option in look in section. See the following screen shot:

If you check the Active sheet option, it will delete all auto shapes in active worksheet;

If you check the Selected sheets option, it will delete all auto shapes in selected worksheets;

If you check the All sheets option, it will delete all auto shapes in the whole workbook.

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