The difficult I do immediately, the impossible takes a little bit longer.

Private Sub cboWorksheetName_GotFocus()
    
     Dim objExcel As Object
     Dim objWorkbook As Object
     Dim intWS As Integer

     On Error Resume Next

     Set objExcel = GetObject(, "Excel.Application")
     On Error GoTo 0

          If objExcel Is Nothing Then
            Set objExcel = CreateObject("Excel.Application")
          End If

     On Error GoTo ErrHandler
     Set objWorkbook = objExcel.Workbooks.Open( Me.txtImportPath & Me. txtDirectoryName & "/" & Me.txtFileName )
     'objExcel.Visible = True   'I prefer Excel not open


     For intWS = 1 To objWorkbook.Sheets.Count
     cboWorksheetName.AddItem (objWorkbook.Sheets(intWS).Name)
     Next intWS

       objWorkbook.Close False
       objExcel.Quit

Complete:
     Set objExcel = Nothing
     Set objWorkbook = Nothing
     Exit Sub

ErrHandler:
     MsgBox ("Error reading worksheet: " & Err.Description)
     Resume Complete
End Sub

Selecting an Excel Worksheet from Access...
VBA

Often, I get asked to set up an import that allows the Users to select which worksheet to import.  I use my standard frmImport and attach this code to the cboWorksheetName_GotFocus control.  Take note of the 3 (three) fields...  txtImportPath and txtDirectoryName are usually left the same but txtFileName can change.  On my form I have a Command Button with GetFiles() in the Event Procedure so they can also select different files.

Once the file is selected and User tabs into cboWorksheetName, the code below allows for all the Worksheets to be disaplayed on the Combo Box...

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