Dynamic Ranges

dtp81390

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I am trying to write a formula for a dynamic range which has a definite starting point D36 but has no end point. (I have a macro that inserts a new row at the end of Dynamic Range 1 when the user clicks a button). However, There will be another set of data on the same sheet which needs a dynamic range.

Dynamic Range 1 would be D36: D(x)
Dynamic Range 2 would be D(X+10):D(y)

I want to use the Index formula to handle the range rather than the OFFSET command.

In VBA there is the CurrentRegion function that goes until it finds a blank in the indicated column and then I can offest the start value for the next range and use the current region to get the end of this range.

This would be the code to do this
Code:
Set Res1Start = Range("B10")Set Res1 = Res1Start.CurrentRegion


Set Res2Start = Range("B" & Res1.Rows(Res1.Rows.Count).Row + 2)
Set Res2 = Res2Start.CurrentRegion

Is there anyway to do this with a formula in the named ranges, if not how can I use VBA to then assign this range to a named range and have it update automatically.
 

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