Question: How Do I Add A Button To A Specific Sheet In Excel?

Add a button (Form control)

  • On the Developer tab, in the Controls group, click Insert, and then under Form Controls, click Button .
  • Click the worksheet location where you want the upper-left corner of the button to appear.
  • Assign a macro to the button, and then click OK.

How do I make a button open to a specific sheet in Excel?

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How do I create a button in Excel?

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Right-click on the shape and select Hyperlink. This will open the Insert Hyperlink dialog box. In the ‘Link to’ options choose ‘Place in This Document’ and then on the right ‘Type the cell reference’ field enter the cell you want to land in, and select the worksheet from the list.

How do I go to a specific sheet in Excel VBA?

Press the shortcut keys “Alt +F11” on the keyboard. And then right click in the VBA project area. In the new menu, move your cursor on the option “Insert”. And then choose the “Module” in the submenu.

Select a cell where you want to insert a hyperlink. Right-click on the cell and choose the Hyperlink option from the context menu. The Insert Hyperlink dialog window appears on the screen. Choose Place in This Document in the Link to section if your task is to link the cell to a specific location in the same workbook.

Type an equals sign in the cell you want the information to end up in, left click over to another worksheet, and left click on the cell you want to reference and then press ENTER. Excel will automatically enter it in. You will see Excel will add (for example say your second sheet is named Sheet2) Sheet2!