Excel Macro To Create Table Of Contents With All WorkSheets Names

Applications like Microsoft Word, Power Point, PDFs – all have option to create Table Of Contents. Well, Excel is an excellent tool – why shouldn’t it have a table of contents too? There are instances when you have lot many sheet in a workbook and all you need is a table of contents at the beginning for easy navigation.

Here is a ready to use Excel Macro to create table of contents of all the worksheets names. This macro creates a new worksheet as first sheet and create links to all worksheets in the workbook.

Note: To find out the detailed steps on how to create, run or edit a macro, you may refer here for excel 2003 or here for excel 2007.

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