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    I need to keep three lines between my table and the one below it.

    The data that I have in the top table may change (so more rows maybe taken up). How do I keep the two tables three rows apart?

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    Are you referring to PivotTables? If so, why don't you keep them on separate worksheets?

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    No, I can only have one worksheet. In the top table I am extracting data and putting it into the one below (this is all done via a macro). But I must take into account that there may be changes the next time I run the macro, so I can't just assign it to a cell three rows below the top table.

    Got any ideas???

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    Try the following:

    Dim StartPoint As Range
    Set StartPoint = Range("a1").End(xlDown).Offset(4, 0)
    StartPoint.Select

    A1 is the start point for table 1.
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    That's Brilliant Al, you're a life saver, Thank you

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