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Change count to Sum

Posted on 2011-02-25
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Hi i have the following lines of code that counts Columns+Rows.

Can i change this to sum?

rngYesterday.Columns.Count
rngYesterday.Rows.Coun

Thanks
Seamust
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Try:

worksheetfunction.Sum(rngYesterday)
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by:Cory Vandenberg
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Can you elaborate what you are trying to sum?  The values in the columns and rows, by columns separately, by rows separately, or sum the # of Columns and # of Rows?

Your question is a little vague.
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Perfect, thats done the trick.

Thanks Patrick
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Seamus2626 - Thanks for thegrade - Patrick
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