Excel/rewrite formula


Hi Tom

Currently in “ThisWorkbook” I have the following code

Private Sub Workbook_SheetBeforeDelete(ByVal sh As Object)
   Call RemoveHyperFromIndexPage(sh.Name)
End Sub

I also wish to run this code as well when the workbook opens.

Private Sub Workbook_Open()
End Sub

Could you show me how to merge the two code?

Thanks in advance


Christopher Mitchell,

This code:

Private Sub Workbook_SheetBeforeDelete(ByVal sh As Object)
  Call RemoveHyperFromIndexPage(sh.Name)
End Sub

is run whenever a sheet is going to be deleted.  So the argument  sh.name is provided by the event code and references the sheet being deleted.  It is unclear what you would want to do when the workbook opens.  Which sheet should it work on.   I will assume StartSheet

Private Sub Workbook_Open()
   Call RemoveHyperFromIndexPage("StartSheet")
End Sub

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