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VBA Excel - Cells, Ranges and Offset : Range

Format: Range (“ColumnNameRowNumber”)

Ex: In VBA-Excel when you say Range(“A5”) it’s very easy to understand that you are talking about 5th row in 1st column (“A”)

As the name states Range, you can select a range is cells using this function

Ex: Range (“A1:B5”).Copy means copy all the cells between A1 to B5

To know more about Copy/Paste in VBA-Excel click here (link to VBA-Excel Copy Paste)

OR

Range (“A1, A5, A9, C1:C8”).Select

Means select cells A1,A5,A9 and then all the cells from C1 to C8

  • Open a new Excel WorkBook and press “Alt+F11” to open the Visual Basic Editor
  • Copy Paste the following code
Sub FnRangeExp

Dim mainworkBook as WorkBook

Set mainWorkBook  = ActiveWorkBook

mainWorkBook.Sheets(“Sheet1”).Range(“A1:B5”).Value=0

End Sub

Result: In “Sheet1” in all the cells from Range A1 to B5 put ‘0’



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