VBA autofill question

gd6noob

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I have a question about VBA autofill. Below is my table of shift pattern, it calculates the number of people per shift On Premise vs Scheduled.
YUL2 Site HR tool v2.2.xlsb
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
1INBOUNDICQAOUTBOUND
2DayOn PremiseScheduled% on 7/29NightOn PremiseScheduled% on 7/29DayOn PremiseScheduled% on 7/29NightOn PremiseScheduled% on 7/29DayOn PremiseScheduled% on 7/29NightOn PremiseScheduled% on 7/29
3DA5C0700450.8NA5C1800050DA5C0700551NA5C1800551DA5C073016180.88888889NA5C183016180.88888889
4DA6C0700340.75NA6C1800140.25DB3C0700551NB3C1800551DB3C073011111NB3C183011111
5DB2C0700441NB2C1800040000000DC7C0730080080
6DB3C0700560.83333333NB3C1800060000000DN4C073001100110
7DL4C0700030NL4C1800130.33333333000000000000
8DN4C0700050050000000000000
Calculations
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
D2,Z2,V2,Q2,M2,H2D2="% on "&TEXT(Dashboard!$I$3,"m/d")
B3:B8B3=COUNTIFS('Shift Punches'!$A:$A,$A$1,'Shift Punches'!$E:$E,$A3)
G3:G8,C3:C8C3=COUNTIFS(Roster!$E:$E,$A$1,Roster!$G:$G,$A3)
Z3:Z8,V3:V8,Q3:Q8,H3:H8,D3:D8D3=IF(C3,B3/C3,0)
F3:F8F3=COUNTIFS('Shift Punches'!$A:$A,$A$1,'Shift Punches'!$E:$E,$E3)
O3:O8,K3:K8K3=COUNTIFS('Shift Punches'!$A:$A,$J$1,'Shift Punches'!$E:$E,$J3)
P3:P8,L3:L8L3=COUNTIFS(Roster!$E:$E,$J$1,Roster!$G:$G,$J3)
M3:M8M3=IF(L3,L3/L3,0)
X3:X8,T3:T8T3=COUNTIFS('Shift Punches'!$A:$A,$S$1,'Shift Punches'!$E:$E,$S3)
Y3:Y8,U3:U8U3=COUNTIFS(Roster!$E:$E,$S$1,Roster!$G:$G,$S3)


The code Im using in VBA:
VBA Code:
LastRow1 = ActiveSheet.Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(3).Row

'IB day
    Range("B3").Select
    Range("B3").Value2 = "=COUNTIFS('Shift Punches'!$A:$A,$A$1,'Shift Punches'!$E:$E,$A3)"
    
    Range("C3").Select
    Range("C3").Value2 = "=COUNTIFS(Roster!$E:$E,$A$1,Roster!$G:$G,$A3)"
    
    Range("D3").Select
    Range("D3").Value2 = "=IF(C3,B3/C3,0)"
    
    Range("B3:D3").Select
    If LastRow1 > 2 Then
    Selection.AutoFill Destination:=Range("B3:D" & LastRow1)
    End If
'IB nights
LastRow2 = ActiveSheet.Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(3).Row
    Range("F3").Select
    Range("F3").Value2 = "=COUNTIFS('Shift Punches'!$A:$A,$A$1,'Shift Punches'!$E:$E,$E3)"
    
    Range("G3").Select
    Range("G3").Value2 = "=COUNTIFS(Roster!$E:$E,$A$1,Roster!$G:$G,$A3)"
    
    Range("H3").Select
    Range("H3").Value2 = "=IF(G3,F3/G3,0)"
    
    Range("F3:H3").Select
    If LastRow2 > 2 Then
    Selection.AutoFill Destination:=Range("F3:H" & LastRow2)
    End If
As you can see, cells F to H autofills to row 8 but that row should not be autofilled. It is also like this for all the other sections where autofill ends at wherever column A ends with data, which is not what I want.
The autofill for the other section is pretty much the same, but adjusting the LastRow#
 

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gd6noob

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I only want the autofill to fill in data until end of data.

i.e. Column E, data ends at E7 but autofill code ends at E8. Same with columns K-M, should end at row 4.
 

Fluff

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In that case Lastrow2 should be looking for the last row in col E, not in col A.
 

gd6noob

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ahh.. got it.. not sure how I missed that...
 

Fluff

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You're welcome & thanks for the feedback.
 

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