Variable Range set?

Chas17

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In part of my vb code I have:

Set rngeSend = Range("O1:O15")

The range O1:O15 may change and say be O1:O25.
Is there a way I can Set rngeSend to a variable? Or how do I set the range each time based on a column count?

Thanks, Chas
 

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How do you calculate the 15 or the 25 ?

Something like this may guide you:

Code:
Dim lastRow as Long, rng As Range

lastRow = 25    'Your calc here
Set rng = Range("O1:O" & lastRow)
 

Chas17

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lastRow = Range("lastrow") 'Your calc here
Set rngeSend = Worksheets("Unit 1").Range("O1:P" & lastRow)

Range named last row contains =COUNTA(N1:N65)

Thank you! Thank you! works perfect

Thanks, Chas
 

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