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Why can you not do 'ws1.Rows("B10:C1000").Delete'

Posted on 2012-08-12
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Last Modified: 2012-08-12

I am trying to delete an area on a worksheet like this


How can I achieve this correclty?

I would like to delete the contents of the area between B10 and C1000?

Question by:gisvpn
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Steve earned 2000 total points
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need Range not Rows and ClearContents not Delete


Rows is only for entire Rows
Delete will remove the cells.. which can shift stuff about.

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