excel vba - remove RowHeight settings

I have been using a routine that inserts rows based on a Form button.  It works fine, except:

I included a .RowHeight setting in the routine (which turned out to be unnecessary)
 
Set insertRow = ws.Cells(rw1, 1).EntireRow
insertRow.Select
Selection.RowHeight = 14.25   <<===  the problem statement

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What this did is remove the AutoFit height for rows, so I have to double-click on the row boundary to "open" the rows (if they overflow the preset height).  

I've removed the .RowHeight Statement.
How might I now adjust all the rows to remove the RowHeight constraint?
I know how to loop through all the rows.
Will Selection.Autofit  (or something like that) remove the .RowHeight constraint?
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QlemoBatchelor, Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
Yes. Just apply that to a range of rows. But please, don't select rows or cells the way you did - instead, it is better style to write
ws.Rows(rw).AutoFit

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respective use your insertRow object
set insertRow = ws.Rows(rw1)
' more to do with that row ...
insertRow.AutoFit

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codequestAuthor Commented:
That worked. Thanks!
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Saurabh Singh TeotiaCommented:
Also you can autofit all the rows in 1 go by something like this...

ws.Cells.EntireRow.AutoFit

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Saurabh...
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