Dependents

JerryGiese

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Is there a way to count the number of dependents or list the dependents of a cell using VBA?

Thanks,
Jerry
 

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Something like this
Code:
Sub depend()
    MsgBox Range("$B$1").Dependents.Count
End Sub

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