Macro to Count Every X amount of Rows

rjacmuto32

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I have 101 rows of data with row 1 being my header row. I want to do a macro to highlight every 10 rows all the way to the end. So I want rows 11,21,31,etc to be highlighted. How do I do that?

Thanks.
 

Excel Facts

Select all contiguous cells
Pressing Ctrl+* (asterisk) will select the "current region" - all contiguous cells in all directions.
Why do you need a macro? Why not use Conditional Formatting?

With Conditional Formatting:

Select your entire range, i.e. A1:IV101

Click on Format, then Conditional Formatting
Under Condition 1, change Cell Value Is to Formula Is and put in the following formula:
=MOD(ROW(),11)=0
Click on Format
Click on Patterns
Select a color
Click OK
Click OK
 
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Forgot to add this

Besides highlighting I would also like to copy column B of every 10th row into a new worksheet. If i conditional format the cells for that, how do i use a macro to copy cell B11,B21,B31 etc.
 
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