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When we hide worksheets using, still user can right click on tabs and un-hide the worksheets. For example, following example will hide the worksheet and user can un hide the sheets on right click on sheet tabs:
Sub sbHideSheet() Sheets("SheetName").Visible = False 'OR Sheets("SheetName").Visible = xlSheetHidden End Sub What if you do not want to permit users to un-hide worksheet, you can set the Visible property of worksheet to xlSheetVeryHidden and lock the VBA code. so that user can not un-hide the worksheet. The below example will hide the sheet and user can not see it in un hide worksheet dialog list.
Sheets("SheetName").Visible = xlSheetVeryHidden
first ,of all open -my computer > open tools tab > then folder option >then view tab click on "show hidden files"and uncheck "hide protected oprating system files" then ok
second , click on folder button (standred button) "it is up to address bar or next to search button"
now click on drive in left side explorer window now you can see folders in drive "delete" autorun.inf file in drive.
third, go in drive properties by right click on drive in explorer window,
click on "tools" tab click on "check now"
mark on automatically fix file system error and click start
it will start checking file system and fix it or it will ask fix it on next restart (it checkdsk command in windows gui mode )
after restart chkdsk start and your drive will again open on double-click.
Select the sheets on which you want to change the gridline color.
When you enter or change data, the changes affect all selected sheets. These changes may replace data on the active sheet and other selected sheets.
A single sheet
Click the sheet tab.
If you don't see the tab you want, click the tab scrolling buttons to display the tab, and then click the tab.
Two or more adjacent sheets
Click the tab for the first sheet, and then hold down SHIFT and click the tab for the last sheet.
Two or more nonadjacent sheets
Click the tab for the first sheet, and then hold down CTRL and click the tabs for the other sheets.
All sheets in a workbook
Right-click a sheet tab, and then click Select All Sheets on the shortcut menu (shortcut menu: A menu that shows a list of commands relevant to a particular item. To display a shortcut menu, right-click an item or press SHIFT+F10.).
Note If sheet tabs have been color-coded, the sheet tab name will be underlined in a user-specified color when selected. If the sheet tab is displayed with a background color, the sheet has not been selected. Cancel a selection of multiple sheets
To cancel a selection of multiple sheets in a workbook, click any unselected sheet.
If no unselected sheet is visible, right-click the tab of a selected sheet. Then click Ungroup Sheets on the shortcut menu.
On the Tools menu, click Options, and then click the View tab.
Under Window options, click the color you want in the Color box.
To use the default gridline color, click Automatic.