6 hours ago Then to select all the cells you can use the CurrentRegion property: Sub SelectRange() Dim dynamicRange As Range Set dynamicRange = Range("A1").CurrentRegion End Sub The advantage of this is that if you add new rows or columns to your block of numbers (e.g. 109, 110, 111) then the CurrentRegion will always reference the enlarged range (in this case A1:C4).
9 hours ago Follow the below steps to use VBA Active Cell in Excel. Step 1: Go to Developer’s tab and click on Visual Basic to open VB Editor. Step 2: Click on Insert tab and click on modules to insert a new module.
Just Now This works fine, and calculates properly when adding or deleting rows from the spreadsheet, though I'd prefer a simple VBA function. So I wrote (simplified): Function Ofst(R As Long, C As Long, Addr As Variant ) As Variant Ofst = Cells(Addr.Row + R, Addr.Column + C).Value End Function So I can replace [A2]= a1+1 with [A2]=Ofst(A2,-1,0)+1
4 hours ago I'm trying to make a VBA function that accepts a cell as argument and works from there using a variety of Range.Offset. This function will be called in the worksheet cells. Excel: Passing the current cell as argument when calling vba function from worksheet. Ask Question Asked 5 years, 4 months ago. Active 1 year, 2 months ago.
4 hours ago Create a named formula called THIS_CELL. In the current worksheet, select cell A1 (this is important!) Open Name Manager (Ctl+F3) Click New Enter "THIS_CELL" (or just "THIS", which is my preference) into Name: Enter the following formula into Refers to: =!A1. NOTE: Be sure cell A1 is selected. This formula is relative to the ActiveCell.
6 hours ago Get address of active cell with VBA code 1. Press the Alt + F11 simultaneously to open the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window. 2. In the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window, double click the name of current using worksheet in the left 3. Then click the Run button to run the
2 hours ago Re: Get current cell with VBA function Functions, including User Defined Functions, cannot change the formatting of a cell. To do that you'd need an event macro in the worksheet or workbook code module, e.g., Worksheet_Change, or Worksheet_Calculate. If you post what you're trying to do, it would be easier to suggest a solution.
6 hours ago I want to write a function Foo that can be used in a formula to return the contents of a cell above the cell it is used in. E.g., if in cell B2, I write =Foo() I want to get the contents of B1. I know I can write =B1 directly. Obviously, I'm simplifying the case here. So, how does this function look like.
2 hours ago Microsoft Excel Objects such as 'Sheet1' or 'ThisWorkbook' are classes. I don't believe you can access Functions which you put in these classes through a cell. You could access them in VBA e.g. ThisWorkbook.Square2() but it's recommended to put all UDF's into as standard module and not a worksheet module. – Eddie Sep 28 '17 at 13:49
3 hours ago In R1C1 notation, you use brackets  to offset the cell reference from the current cell. Example: Entering formula “=RC” in cell B3 would reference cell D4 (the cell 1 row below and 1 column to the right of the formula cell). Use negative numbers to reference cells above or to the left of the current cell.
6 hours ago In excel we can find the VBA function under “DEVELOPER” tab by default excel does not have this menu. So in order to display it, we need to add this “DEVELOPER” menu manually by following the below steps. Go to File menu. Click on Option menu which has highlighted in …
3 hours ago Step 1: Select or click on Visual Basic in the Code group on the Developer tab or you can directly click on Alt + F11 shortcut key. Step 2: To create a blank module, right-click on Microsoft excel objects, in that click on Insert and under the menu section …
Working with Cells and Ranges in Excel VBA (Select, Copy, Move, Edit)
To get a cell's value with VBA, follow these steps: