Subtotalling within a macro

Carly

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I am trying to subtotal a spreadsheet within a macro but I am unsure how many columns there will be each time.
When you record the subtotalling it puts in the column numbers (TotalList:=Array(5,6,etc) which is no good as one day there might be 5 and another day there might be 50.

Can this be done by somehow naming a range like in a Pivot Table?

Please help

Carly
This message was edited by Carly on 2002-10-18 04:19
 

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Yogi Anand

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Hi Carly:

I think if you use a Named Range, as you suggested in your post, it should work -- you could set it up to be a dynamic range so the extent of the range is taken care of when the range expands or shrinks.

Regards!

Yogi
 

Ekim

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This post appears similar to a post in another NG. This is the macro from that other NG ( author not recorded).

<pre>
Sub Test()

Dim Rng As Range
Dim x As Integer
Dim y As Integer
Dim Arr() As Integer

' *** Change starting cell in table to suit ***
Set Rng = Range("A1").CurrentRegion
' *** Change starting column to suit

y = 1
For x = 2 To Rng.Columns.Count
ReDim Preserve Arr(1 To y)
Arr(y) = x
y = y + 1
Next x
Rng.Subtotal groupBy:=1, Function:=xlSum, totalList:=Arr

End Sub
</pre>

Notes:
1. The macro will cater for varying number of columns.
2. See the line -

For x = 2 To Rng.Columns.Count

This controls what columns to start subtotaling from. In this case column 2 (i.e. column B). If you want to start subtotaling from column E, change the line to

For x = 5 To Rng.Columns.Count

HTH

Mike
 

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