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Generate a list of all tabs names without using VBA

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Assume an MS Excel file has 4 worksheets - Sheet1, Sheet2, Sheet3 and Sheet4.  Insert a sheet before Sheet1 and name that tab as Summary.  On the Summary tab, one may want to generate a list of all sheet names from cell C7 onwards.  Furthermore, the sheet names so generated, should be dynamic for the following changes:

1. Sheets added
2. Sheets deleted
3. Sheets renamed
4. Sheets repositioned

While this can be accomplished by using VBA, you may refer to my formula based solution here.

To generate a list of all Excel files in a specific folder, you may refer to the following post.

Split data into multiple tabs

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Assume a four column database with department as the second column.  Entries in the department column may be repeated.  A person may wish to create one worksheet tab for each department.  Therefore, as and when a person names a worksheet tab as one of the departments, all rows of that department should appear on this new sheet.

You may refer to my solution in this workbook.

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