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    Hello i have a simple question. How do you call a row using a variable? Example
    Rows("1:1").select

    Using Rows("count:count").select doesn't work. Any Help would be appreciated.

    Bill Mahoney


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    On 2002-03-20 11:06, Madingo wrote:
    Hello i have a simple question. How do you call a row using a variable? Example
    Rows("1:1").select

    Using Rows("count:count").select doesn't work. Any Help would be appreciated.

    Bill Mahoney

    Bill, something like:

    Dim RowNumber1 As Long
    Dim RowNumber2 As Long
    RowNumber1 = 65
    RowNumber2 = 67
    Rows(RowNumber1 & ":" & RowNumber2).Select

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    Barrie Davidson

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    Thanks for the help. I finally figured it out.

    using Rows(Count).Select

    works just fine.


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