Excel : Resize named range based on data.

Hi
I have a sheet with a named range. (with 1 data line and 1 headline)
I have to a sheet with data in it.

If I resizes the range with the mouse, I get this code udsing record macro :
Sub Makro1()
    ActiveSheet.ListObjects("Tabel99").Resize Range("$A$3:$D$14")
End Sub

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BUT, I need a VBA code that resizes the Range based on data lines fra the data sheet.
In this case not row 14 but 16......

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EE-Example.xlsm
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Rory ArchibaldCommented:
This will resize to the same size as the table on the other sheet:
Sub Makro1()
    Dim lngLastRow As Long
    Dim oList As ListObject
    
    With Sheets("C5_InvenItemGroup").ListObjects(1).DataBodyRange
    lngLastRow = .Row + .Rows.Count - 1
    End With
    ActiveSheet.ListObjects("Tabel99").Resize Range("$A$3:$D$" & lngLastRow)
End Sub

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Rolf HasselbuschIT-ConsultantCommented:
Here you'll find Examples for Dynamic Ranges as Formulas and in VBA (at the bottom).

If you need further assistance i hope some more VBA addicted Experts take a look at this question.
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
Here are two formulas for dynamic ranges. In this case the data is in column A.

Range has no heading
=OFFSET('Sheet Name'!$A$1,0,0,COUNTA('Sheet Name'!$A:$A),1)

Range has a heading
=OFFSET('Sheet Name'!$A$2,0,0,COUNTA('Sheet Name'!$A:$A)-1,1)
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