Offset Cell in in filtered table

Posted on 2011-02-16
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
Hi Experts,

In my VBA code I am using the method below to assign a range to an object variable.

ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("DropDown_Controls").Range(ActiveCell, ActiveCell.End(xlDown))

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However, the thing is I want to move down one cell using offset method in a filtered table on the visible part of the table (not the filtered part that can't be seen.) For example:


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B10 is the top of the filtered table i.e. the heading. I want to offset Range("B10") to Range ("B15") not Range("B11") because the filtered range begins from Range("B15").

From here I just use
ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("DropDown_Controls").Range(ActiveCell, ActiveCell.End(xlDown))

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to set my range.


Question by:onesegun
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Expert Comment

ID: 34907635
please upload your workbook...

Author Comment

ID: 34908148
Hi Fernando,

The work book is pretty confidential.

However, I search the Internet and found exactly what I was looking for.



Accepted Solution

onesegun earned 0 total points
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For reference:

C1 reference is where the filtered table starts from

Sub MoveOneCellDownAFilteredList()

ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).Select
    Do Until ActiveCell.EntireRow.Hidden = False
    ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).Select

End Sub

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