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Merging cells in excel report in VB/MSaccess

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I am creating a report in my access application and need to merge cells in the report the following code won't work the syntax is wrong help much appreciated. The output is dependant on the number of records so i must use nStock code to denote increment in records.
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 wsOrder.Range("c" & nStkCode).value = recEquipment.Fields("Description") is not suitable as the record overflows. I tried this to merge the cells but getting error.

wsOrder.Range("C"& nStkCode ": E"& nStkCode).MergeCells = True
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mbsparrow
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The syntax seems a bit off, try using:
wsOrder.Range("C" & nStkCode & ": E" & nStkCode).MergeCells = True
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Thanks a million that did it.
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