Simple question

kiltubber

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I am trying to get a little macro to select a 4 X 4 range of cells just below the active cell. I am trying to use activecell.offset but I am just missing somthing, I am not doing it right.
Please advise,
Thanks,
John.
 

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Richie(UK)

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Hi John,

Try this:

Sub offsettest()
Range(ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0), ActiveCell.Offset(4, 3)).Select
End Sub

Remember that often you don't actually need to select a range when performing an action on it (and it is quicker not to).

HTH
 
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