VBA – Delete All Named Ranges

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Editorial Team

Reviewed by

Steve Rynearson

Last updated on April 5, 2019

Delete all Named Ranges From a Workbook

To delete all Named Ranges in a Workbook, you can use the following code:

Sub DeleteNamedRanges()

Dim MyName As Name

For Each MyName In Names



End Sub

For determining whether a name exists, adding a named range, and a few other examples, Chip Pearson has a nice tutorial on working with Named Ranges.

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