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How to convert all tables to ranges in active Worksheet?

In Excel, you may use some tables to record data, but, in some times, you want to convert the table to range for doing some edition. Generally, you only can convert one table into range once time, it will be troublesome if there are dozens of tables in a sheet needed to be converted to ranges. Here I have a VBA code can convert tables of active sheet into range at once.

Convert all tables to ranges of active sheet with VBA


Convert all tables to ranges of active sheet with VBA

1. Activate the sheet you want to convert its tables, then press Alt + F11 keys to enable Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window.

2. Click Insert > Module to create a new module script, copy and paste below code to the blank module.

VBA: Convert all tables of active sheet to ranges

Sub ConvertTablesToRange()
'UpdatebyExtendoffice20180530
    Dim xSheet As Worksheet
    Dim xList As ListObject
    Set xSheet = ActiveWorkbook.ActiveSheet
    For Each xList In xSheet.ListObjects
        xList.Unlist
    Next
End Sub

doc convert tables to ranges 1

3. Press F5 key to run the code, now all tables of the current sheet have been converted to ranges.

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This comment was minimized by the moderator on the site
I've used your code in my macro in order to convert my tables to ranges so that I can transpose the data to make it more readable;
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Dim xSheet As Worksheet
Dim xList As ListObject
Set xSheet = ActiveWorkbook.ActiveSheet
For Each xList In xSheet.ListObjects
xList.Unlist
Next
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It was working right when I wrote it into the macro. For some reason when I run the macro now it gives me a run time error 1004 on xList.Unlist
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Do you have any suggestions as to why that might be, or how to fix it? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Thanks!
Sam
This comment was minimized by the moderator on the site
I've used your code in my macro in order to convert my tables to ranges so that I can transpose the data to make it more readable;
Dim xSheet As Worksheet
Dim xList As ListObject
Set xSheet = ActiveWorkbook.ActiveSheet
For Each xList In xSheet.ListObjects
xList.Unlist
Next

It was working right when I wrote it into the macro. For some reason when I run the macro now it gives me a run time error 1004 on xList.Unlist

Do you have any suggestions as to why that might be, or how to fix it?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!
Sam
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