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Forint Posted - 11/07/2023 : 04:28:27 AM
Origin 2019b (32-bit)
Windows 10

Hello, I am searching for a command/variable to delete the last sheet in a workbook.

I just found __LASTWKS$ which is the last workbook. There has to be the same for the last worksheet.

Hope somebody can help me.
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cloakappraiser Posted - 11/27/2023 : 05:02:48 AM
Fantastic, problem solved, thanks for the help! It was just what I was looking for.
ChaoC Posted - 11/07/2023 : 10:06:01 AM
Hello Forint,;
layer -d;

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