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Whats wrong with this code ?

Whats wrong with this code ?

Whats wrong with this code ?

I get an error using the code below....

CODE -->

DbaseArray = ThisWorkbook.Sheets("test").Range("A1:K100") 

leaving out the first part ThisWorkbook.Sheets("test"). the code is correct ??!!
But I need to point to that specific sheet...

Am I missing something ?

The Sheet "test" does exist !

RE: Whats wrong with this code ?

What error do you get?

RE: Whats wrong with this code ?

Type mismatch (error 13)

RE: Whats wrong with this code ?

Using the code below does also work but I'm wondering whats wrong with the first code...

CODE -->

DbaseArray = Range("A1:K100") 

RE: Whats wrong with this code ?

I have no problems with your initial code, even for hidden sheet.Is DbaseArray dimmed? As variant?


RE: Whats wrong with this code ?

Yes it is...

I get this error on 3 different systems now in office 2016

It seems that the combination sheets("test") with .range causes the problem...??

RE: Whats wrong with this code ?

Very strange ....
If I use the code below it also works

CODE -->

Dim ws As Worksheet
    Set ws = ThisWorkbook.Sheets("test")
    DbaseArray = ws.Range("A1:K100") 

Very strange...

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