Macro equivalent of "CTRL+a"?

hrithik

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i need to select all of the data on a worksheet
The problem is that the data is dynamic....how can select all data consistently with changing ranges?

Eg;
ActiveCell.Range("A1:F1878").Select
i need to make the range A1:F1879 dynamic
 

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Smitty

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ActiveSheet.UsedRange is one way.

You can also use Range([A1], Cells(Rows.Count,"F").End(xlUp)).

HTH,
 

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