Loop Through All Tables In Your Excel Workbook or Worksheet

Cycle Through All Tables In Your Excel Workbook or Worksheet with VBA Macro Code

What This Does

If you have an Excel workbook or worksheet that houses a large number of tables and you want to change all of them, DON'T do it manually!  Use one of the following VBA code snippets below and have your computer do the work for you.

Loop Through All Tables In Your Workbook

Sub LoopThroughAllTablesinWorkbook()

'PURPOSE: Loop through and apply a change to all Tables in the Excel Workbook
'SOURCE: www.TheSpreadsheetGuru.com/the-code-vault

Dim tbl As ListObject
Dim sht As Worksheet

'Loop through each sheet and table in the workbook
  For Each sht In ThisWorkbook.Worksheets
    For Each tbl In sht.ListObjects
      
      'Do something to all the tables...
        tbl.ShowTotals = True
        
    Next tbl
  Next sht

End Sub

Loop Through All Tables In Your Workbook

Sub LoopThroughAllTablesInWorksheet()

'PURPOSE: Loop through and apply a change to all Tables in the Active Excel Sheet
'SOURCE: www.TheSpreadsheetGuru.com/the-code-vault

Dim tbl As ListObject

'Loop through each sheet and table in the workbook
    For Each tbl In ActiveSheet.ListObjects
      
      'Do something to all the tables...
        tbl.ShowTotals = True
        
    Next tbl

End Sub

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I wish you the best of luck and I hope this tutorial gets you heading in the right direction!

Chris "Macro" Newman :)