Jumat, 15 April 2016

[ExcelVBA] Re: select range

 

Well, you need to check out the vba help on offset and resize; offset is a bit like the worksheet function OFFSET. Both offset and resize have 2 arguments, row and column in that order, and by leaving any one argument out altogether, the function doesn't try to alter that dimension. So .Offset(,3) offsets the range by 3 columns and no change in row offset. Similarly, .Resize(,3) would only resize the range to 3 columns wide without altering the number of rows. Vba Help is your friend here.



---In ExcelVBA@yahoogroups.com, <sejohnse@yahoo.no> wrote :

Pascal and Derek

Thank you for still more elegant solutions.

But these are way beyond my VBA-knowledge.

I see that they are working, but how?

Torstein




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