Intersecting ranges

JerryGiese

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Isn't there an object in VBA where you can enter two or more ranges and it will return the range that intersects those two ranges?
 

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Oorang

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Yes it is actually called intersect. If you would like to explicitly call it, then use Excel.Intersect:
Code:
Dim rngStuff As Excel.Range
Set rngStuff = Excel.Intersect(ActiveSheet.UsedRange, ActiveSheet.Cells(1, 2))
Note that if you prefer to use implicit code then you can just:
Code:
Dim rngStuff As Range
Set rngStuff = Intersect(ActiveSheet.UsedRange, ActiveSheet.Cells(1, 2))
 

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