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Excel VBA to hide Rows of Command Buttons that have no data

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I am using Excel VBA

I have a command button that you click to process, it calculates and puts data in the Range of A28:Q57 depending of the scenarios.   It may put data into A28:Q40, etc.

In column G28:G57 I have command buttons all the way down.  I want the rows that have no data in them, but have the command button, to hide the rows.

I start with this and not sure where to go from here
With Cells(Rows.Count, "A").End(xlUp).Offset(1, 0)

Any help would be appreciated.
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Note quite sure what you need, but this code can be placed inside the _Click() event on any of the Command Buttons.  It will hide any row between 28 & 57 (inclusive) that does not contain any data...

Dim lngRow As Long

For lngRow = 28 to 57
    If Application.CountA(Rows(lngRow)) = 0 Then
       Rows(lngRow).Hidden = True
    End If
Next lngRow

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Thank you!
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You're very welcome.
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