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Excel vba, find max value in a table column

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I have a table named "Table1". In this table I have a column with the name "Idnumber" in the table header. How can I find the highest value in this column and assign this to my variable called "intMaxVal"?

Appreciate ny tips and hints.
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Hi,

pls try
intMaxVal = WorksheetFunction.Max(Range("Table1[IdNumber]"))

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