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Although there is no built-in tool to alphanumerically sort sheets, charts, and Microsoft Excel 4.0 macro sheets in a workbook, you can do this with a macro.
NOTE: In Microsoft Excel 98, you cannot sort modules, because they are displayed in the Visual Basic Editor.
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Sample Visual Basic ProcedureThe following macro sorts all of the tabs in the active workbook in ascending order.
NOTE: If you want to sort the tabs in descending order instead of ascending order, change the greater than sign (>) to a less than sign (<) in the following line:
so that it resembles this line:
To use the macro, follow these steps: