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range vs cell selection in VB Excell

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by gastonlagaffe, May 12, 2006.

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  1. gastonlagaffe

    gastonlagaffe Thread Starter

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    is there a way to select many cells using the row and column number?
    the range command permits to select knowing the letter and number of a cell, in 1 cell or many cells. range("a1:c5").select, or cells(5,12).select.

    what I am trying to do is range(1,1:3,5).select. which I know it is wrong.

    thanks:(
     
  2. Rollin_Again

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    Is there any particular reason why you don't want to use the column letters in conjunction with the row number? Also, what is the purpose of selecting these multiple cells? Will you be copying the data to another worksheet? Please provide more details on what you are ultimately trying to accomplish.


    We also need to know in your example above if you are only trying to select cells A1 and E3 or are if you trying to select the entire range of cells between A1 and E3 ?



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