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Merge cells in range

Posted on 2012-04-01
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Hello Experts,

I thought I knew what I was doing - but NO.  I am trying to merge cells quickly.
On my sheet I have Range("K7:BA7") that I need to merge. (K7&L7, then M7&N7 etc.)

Here is my code:

   Dim i As Long

   For i = 11 To 45 Step 2
   Sheet7.range(cells(7, i), cells(7, i + 1)).merge
   Next i

However I am getting an error code 1004 - I do not know what I am doing wrong.

Can you please correct me which will educate me, as well.

Thank you!
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mike637, I tried your code on a pretty clean Excel 2003 SP3 workbook and it works perfectly.  No 1004 error seen.
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by:mike637
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You are right - thanks for checking, so the points are yours.  I was being stupid and did not have it in a module but was trying to initiate from another worksheet routine.

I will remember next time.  I knew this, I just forgot.
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