Number of rows within a range

Guitarde

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I usually use the following code to get the number of rows:
Range("data").Select
vNbRow = Selection.Rows.Count

Is there a way to get this without any Select
...something like Range("data").Rows.Count (this is not working).


Thanks
Eric
 

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Eric

How is it not working?

Is this what you are trying? It seems to work for me.
Code:
vNbRow = Range("data").Rows.Count
 
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