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If I have a2:c6 selected how do I reduce the selected area to b2:c6 using VBA?
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Question by:BigWill5112
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by:Kyle Abrahams
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Range("b2:c6").Select
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Norie earned 2000 total points
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There are various ways, here's one.
Selection.Resize(,Selection.Columns.Count-1).Offset(,1).Select

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by:Martin Liss
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Oops. Too late.
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by:vb_elmar
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Private Sub Command1_Click()
    On Error Resume Next
    Set o = GetObject(, "Excel.Application")
    o.Visible = True
    DoEvents
    o.ActiveSheet.Range("B2:C6").Select
End Sub
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by:BigWill5112
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Exactly what I wanted.
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