VBA question

penina

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I know there is a formula in Excel that returns the row number of the active cell, "=Row()". How can I get VBA to pick up this info?

Thanks!
 

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On 2002-10-07 19:30, penina wrote:
I know there is a formula in Excel that returns the row number of the active cell, "=Row()". How can I get VBA to pick up this info?

Thanks!


Did you try

ActiveCell.Row
 

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