Excel SHEET Function
The SHEET function returns the index number of a reference sheet in Excel.
The SHEET function returns a numeric value.
- The SHEET function includes hidden sheets in the numbering sequence.
- The #REF! error value occurs if the supplied value argument is not a valid reference.
- The #NA! error value occurs if the supplied value argument is a sheet name that is not valid.
- The SHEET function returns the numeric index of a sheet. The SHEETS function counts the number of sheets in a given reference.
As the below screenshot shows, there are four sheets in the workbook. To know the index number of each sheet, please do as follows:
1. In sheet5, please copy the formula below into cell D5, then press the Enter key to get the result.
=SHEET ( )
2.To know the rest of the results, please copy the formulas below into cell D6, D7, and D8, then press the Enter key to get the results.
=SHEET (Sheet4!A1 )
=SHEET (Sheet2!A1 )
- In the first formula above, the value argument is omitted. The formula returns the position of current Sheet5.
- In the second formula above, the value argument is cell A1 in Sheet4. It can also be any other cell, like B10 in Sheet4. Or value can also be “Sheet4”, which is the sheet name enclosed in double-quotes.
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