Rows Property: Am Brain Dead

Dexter

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I know there is a simple statement that would return the number of rows in a range when the activecell is somewhere in that range. Can someone help me out?

Thanks
 

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Chris The Rock

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Selection.Rows.Count will do it.

You need to have a specific range selected.

Is that what you're looking for?
 

rikrak

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Aug 21, 2002
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Hi Dexter,

Or do you need this?

<pre>
Sub test()
Dim isect As Range
Set isect = Application.Intersect(ActiveCell, Range("a1", "A15"))
If Not isect Is Nothing Then
numrows = Range("a1", "A15").Rows.count
End If
End Sub
</pre>
 

Dexter

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Guys,
Thanks for the help. That's what I needed. Had a mental-block over the rows.count. I will combine with the CurrentRegion property to complete my needed code.
Dexter
 

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