Removes the specified worksheet from the collection.
A Worksheet object specifying a worksheet to be removed from a workbook.
The Remove method disposes of an element removed from the collection. To remove a worksheet by its index in the collection, use the WorksheetCollection.RemoveAt method. You can also hide worksheets (see the How to: Show and Hide a Worksheet topic for details).
A workbook must always contain at least one visible worksheet.
This example demonstrates how to remove a worksheet from a workbook by calling the
WorksheetCollection.Remove or WorksheetCollection.RemoveAt method of the WorksheetCollection object that is accessed via the Workbook.Worksheets property.
// Delete the "Sheet2" worksheet from the workbook. workbook.Worksheets.Remove(workbook.Worksheets["Sheet2"]); // Delete the first worksheet from the workbook. workbook.Worksheets.RemoveAt(0);
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