The Workbooks Object refers to a collection of all currently open Workbooks (ie. Note that while working with Workbooks, you will use Properties & Methods of the Workbook Object as well as Properties & Methods of the Workbooks Object.To reference or return a Workbook object (single workbook), the following properties can be used. Item Property The Item Property of the Workbooks object (ie. Item property) refers to a single workbook in a collection. The index number starts at 1 for the first workbook opened or created and increments accordingly for each subsequent workbook (hidden workbooks are also included), the last workbook being returned by Workbooks(Workbooks. The Count property of the Workbooks object - Workbooks Object.Count Property - returns the number of workbooks in the collection. Note that though most times the Active Workbook is the same as This Workbook, but it might not always be so.
The Active Object has been illustrated in detail in the section "Excel VBA Objects, Properties & Methods.".
Example 3 - Active Workbook and This Workbook: Sub Active Workbook_This Workbook()Syntax: Workbooks Object.
Open(File Name, Update Links, Read Only, Format, Password, Write Res Password, Ignore Read Only Recommended, Origin, Delimiter, Editable, Notify, Converter, Add To Mru, Local, Corrupt Load).
The File Name argument is required while all other arguments are optional to specify. The File Name argument is a String value specifying the workbook name which is to be opened.
Excel will say the file is a little corrupted, but it is fine. open the file press ALT + F11 to open VBA right click on module folder to create a new module (not class module) copy the code from paste in the module.
open any hex editor tool search for "DPB", then change it to "DPx" save and open the file normally. After the enable VBA on the file, if the sheet or workbook is protected.
2.1 To unlock the sheet switch to excel window open the protected sheet then switch back to VBA window click mouse to have the cursor inside "Unlock Sheet()" sub-module click F5 to run the popup will appear, just close it, and you'll have the unlocked sheet 2.2 To unlock the workbook do the same as 2.2, but have the cursor inside "Unlock Workbook" sub-module instead. Unlock Macro/VBA Source Code Even the VBA window can be displayed with ALT+F11, you can't really go to see the existing code in each macro.
It will pop-up error as "Unexpected error (40230)" The way to fix it is right click at any macro file in VBA window select "VBAProject Properties..." go to "protection" tab check at "Lock project for viewing" set the password as you will remember then OK, and save, and close the file re-open the file, go to VBA window again, unlock it with your password Now you'll be able to read all the source code.
And you probably need to go to "VBAProject Properties..." again to uncheck "Lock project for viewing".
rename the file extension from to go inside to xl\worksheet subfolder there will be sheets in their separated XML files open the protected one with a text editor (e.g.
The Workbook Object Reference a Workbook object ie.