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Browse to given cell location

Posted on 2001-08-05
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how can I select a given  cell location

e.g: WC2000


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Question by:drnadeem
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Within VBA Excel/97, one alternative is:

Sub TryThis()
    ActiveSheet.Range("CW2000").Select
End Sub

However, as "WC2000" does not exist and you might need a hyperlink, an auto-open macro, etc., please state what you actually want to accomplish.


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by:macbone2
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Right, I know this but is there a way to make a selected range the top left cell in focus?
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Sub TryThis()
   'Replace ActiveSheet by the appropriate worksheet
   Application.Goto reference:=ActiveSheet.Range("c5:e10"), Scroll:=True
End Sub
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by:macbone2
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Thanks cri. Yeah I discovered this yesterday (with the aid of an amateur at the office) I must have been having a brainstorm, it never occurred to me to record a macro with F5 (find range)Dumb or wot

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