I always like to share my time wins with you and this is definitely one of them if you need to repeat your column headers on a tonne of Excel worksheets. There is alternatives ways to do it with the Menu options in the Excel ribbon but hey, that is
- not as much fun and
- not as fast as this!
What Does The Macro Do?
This macro will take a source sheet (the one that contains the row columns headers) and paste them into the first row of all of the other worksheets
How Does It Work?
FIRST. Open Visual Basic – by hitting ALT +F11 or Developer Tab . You can store this Macro in the current workbook, or if you wanted to re use the code you can store it in your Personal Macro workbook, but you will need to re work the code to specify your range you want to fill across other worksheets. (In this example our range to fill is contained in ‘sheet1’ of the workbook.
Step 1. We need to declare a variable, which simply creates a memory container in Excel to store our range from ‘sheet1’
Step 2. Excel sets the range Worksheet 1 of the active worksheet
Step 3. Excel then fills the specified range of rows 1:1 ( row 1) from the active workbook sheet1 to all other worksheets in the active workbook.
Step 4. Test Your Macro!
You can now pre-fill your headers with the click of a mouse!.
Want To Copy The Code?
‘macro by howtoexcelatexcel.com
Dim ws As Worksheet
Set ws = ThisWorkbook.Sheets(“sheet1”)
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