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Bagaimana cara mengklik dua kali sel untuk membuka lembar kerja tertentu di Excel?

Apakah Anda ingin menavigasi dengan cepat ke lembar kerja yang ditentukan di buku kerja Excel? Artikel ini akan memberikan metode VBA untuk membuka lembar kerja tertentu dengan mengklik dua kali sel tertentu di Excel.

Klik dua kali sel untuk membuka lembar kerja yang ditentukan dengan kode VBA


Klik dua kali sel untuk membuka lembar kerja yang ditentukan dengan kode VBA


Harap lakukan hal berikut untuk membuka lembar kerja yang ditentukan dengan mengklik dua kali sel di Excel.

1. Klik kanan tab lembar yang berisi sel yang ingin Anda buka lembar kerja dengan mengkliknya. Dan kemudian klik Lihat kode dari menu konteks. Lihat tangkapan layar:

2. Dalam pembukaan Microsoft Visual Basic untuk Aplikasi jendela, harap salin kode VBA berikut ke jendela Kode.

Kode VBA: klik dua kali sel untuk membuka lembar kerja tertentu di Excel

Private Sub Worksheet_BeforeDoubleClick(ByVal Target As Range, Cancel As Boolean)
'Updated by Extendoffice 20180822
Dim xArray, xAValue As Variant
Dim xFNum As Long
Dim xStr, xStrRg, xStrSheetName As String
xRgArray = Array("A1;Sheet2", "A12;Sheet3", "A4;Sheet4", "A100;Sheet5")
On Error Resume Next
For xFNum = LBound(xRgArray) To UBound(xRgArray)
xStr = ""
xStr = xRgArray(xFNum)
xAValue = ""
xAValue = Split(xStr, ";")
xStrRg = ""
xStrRg = xAValue(0)
xStrSheetName = ""
xStrSheetName = xAValue(1)
If Not Intersect(Target, Range(xStrRg)) Is Nothing Then
Sheets(xStrSheetName).Activate
End If
Next
End Sub

Note: In the VBA code, "A1;Sheet2", "A12;Sheet3", "A4;Sheet4", "A100;Sheet5" mean that doube click cell A1 will open Sheet2, double click A2 will open Sheet3..., please change them based on your needs.

3. Press the Alt + Q keys together to close the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window.

From now on, when double clicking cell A1 in current worksheet, the specified worksheet will be activated immediately.


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Is there a way to do multiple codes for one tab? such as clicking on another cell to jump into another worksheet.

How would that code look like?
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Good day,

The below VBA code can help you to solve the problem. Thanks for your comment.

Private Sub Worksheet_BeforeDoubleClick(ByVal Target As Range, Cancel As Boolean)
Dim xArray As Variant
Dim xFNum As Long
Dim xStr, xStrRg, xStrSheetName As String
xRgArray = Array("A2;Sheet2", "A3;Sheet3", "A4;Sheet4", "A5;Sheet5")
On Error Resume Next
For xFNum = LBound(xRgArray) To UBound(xRgArray)
xStr = ""
xStr = xRgArray(xFNum)
xStrRg = ""
xStrRg = Left(xStr, 2)
xStrSheetName = ""
xStrSheetName = Right(xStr, Len(xStr) - 3)
If Not Intersect(Target, Range(xStrRg)) Is Nothing Then
Sheets(xStrSheetName).Activate
End If
Next
End Sub
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Hi, In the line that states xStrRg = Left(xStr, 2), this picks up the cell if its a single number cell i.e. A1, A2, A3. but not if its A11, or A111. how do i write the code to allow me to use cells A1, A11, and A111?

Hope this makes sense, i'm not particularly technical!!
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Good Day,
The code has been optimized again. Please have a try and thanks for your comment.

Private Sub Worksheet_BeforeDoubleClick(ByVal Target As Range, Cancel As Boolean)
Dim xArray, xAValue As Variant
Dim xFNum As Long
Dim xStr, xStrRg, xStrSheetName As String
xRgArray = Array("A1;Sheet2", "A12;Sheet3", "A4;Sheet4", "A100;Sheet5")
On Error Resume Next
For xFNum = LBound(xRgArray) To UBound(xRgArray)
xStr = ""
xStr = xRgArray(xFNum)
xAValue = ""
xAValue = Split(xStr, ";")
xStrRg = ""
xStrRg = xAValue(0)
xStrSheetName = ""
xStrSheetName = xAValue(1)
If Not Intersect(Target, Range(xStrRg)) Is Nothing Then
Sheets(xStrSheetName).Activate
End If
Next
End Sub
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After you get to the desired sheet. Is there a way to copy information from a cell in that sheet and automatically go back to the cell I double clicked on originally in the first sheet?
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Hi James
You need to manually click the original worksheet tab to back to it. Sorry can't take this into consideration.
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Hi how can i extend my array? it stucks already and i cannot add more of this because it limits to col 1024 only for that line. pls help

xRgArray = Array("A2;Sheet2", "A3;Sheet3", "A4;Sheet4", "A5;Sheet5")
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Hi Neil,
The code works well in my case even extended my array to Array = Array("A2;Sheet2", "A3;Sheet3", "A4;Sheet4", "A5;Sheet5", "A6;Sheet6").
Can you tell me your Excel version?
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Hi Crystal

I have copied the code and edited according to the name of the worksheets. The code is running but I still cannot open the sheets, what have I done wrong?

Sub OpenbyDoubleclicking(ByVal Target As Range, Cancel As Boolean)

Dim xArray, xAvlaue As Variant '
Dim xFSum As Long
Dim xStr, xStrRg, xStrSheetname As String
xRgArray = Array("A3;FTIR", "A4;Viscometer")
On Error Resume Next
For xFNum = LBound(xRgArray) To UBound(xRgArray)
xStr = ""
xStr = xRgArray(xFNum)
xAValue = ""
xAValue = Split(xStr, ";")
xStrRg = ""
xStrRg = xAValue(0)
xStrSheetname = xAValue(1)
If Not Intersect(Target, Range(xStrRg)) Is Nothing Then _
Sheets(xStrSheetname).Active
End If
Next
End Sub


Many thanks
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Hi Carl,
In your code, please replace the first line with "Private Sub Worksheet_BeforeDoubleClick(ByVal Target As Range, Cancel As Boolean)".
Thank you for your comment. The entire code should be as follows.

Private Sub Worksheet_BeforeDoubleClick(ByVal Target As Range, Cancel As Boolean)
Dim xArray, xAValue As Variant
Dim xFNum As Long
Dim xStr, xStrRg, xStrSheetName As String
xRgArray = Array("A3;FTIR", "A4;Viscometer")
On Error Resume Next
For xFNum = LBound(xRgArray) To UBound(xRgArray)
xStr = ""
xStr = xRgArray(xFNum)
xAValue = ""
xAValue = Split(xStr, ";")
xStrRg = ""
xStrRg = xAValue(0)
xStrSheetName = ""
xStrSheetName = xAValue(1)
If Not Intersect(Target, Range(xStrRg)) Is Nothing Then
Sheets(xStrSheetName).Activate
End If
Next
End Sub
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hi!
It cannot accept the code for more than 59 sheets.
What code do i need to use to insert more sheets.
When it change the line the code doesnt work.
Help!
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Can't get code to open the other sheet, can some help
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Can't get the code to open the other worksheet
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Hi Will,Is there any prompts while using the code?
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