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I want to find all the non blank rows on the current sheet starting at row 5 and delete them.

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by:strickdd
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Start here: http://excel.tips.net/T002386_Conditionally_Deleting_Rows.html

Simply modify the delete condition.
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by:Rob Henson
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If you are deleting non-blank rows, why not delete all?

The blank rows that are deleted as well will be replaced with new blank rows.

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Rob H
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by:vmccune
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If I delete all, will that also delete a command button on the sheet?  How do I felete all?
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Rob Henson earned 500 total points
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If the command button is anchored above row 5 then it would stay.

How are you determining your last used row?

Assuming you can pull the row value from this as a variable, lets call it n; you could then just select rows 6 to n and use EntireRows.Delete

Alternatively, create a blank template including buttons that you can copy and paste over the relevant area. Then you could clear the whole sheet.

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Rob H
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