Moving Sheet Groups within a Workbook

Last week I created a keyboard shortcut to move a sheet within a workbook. This week I’m changing it to work with groups of sheets rather than just the active sheet. Not because I need it. I rarely work with grouped sheets as it is. But sometimes you have to program just for the fun of it.

This will require a change to NextVisibleSheetIndex function. I tried to determine if the ActiveSheet was in a group and where it was in the group. That resulted in some inelegant code and I could tell I was doing it wrong. Then I realized that I should stop futzing with the ActiveSheet and just pass a sheet into the function where I want to start. That made things much simpler.

That kept the function code cleaner, but I still had to figure out what sheet to pass in. Well, that turned out to be really easy. If It was moving left, I pass in the first sheet in the group.

And if I’m moving right, I pass in the last sheet.

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