bozmjk January 12, 2015 at 03:31:56 Specs: Windows 7, core i5 / 8Mb RAM
I frequently have to find the boundaries of a block of data in an Excel s/sheet within an Excel macro. Several methods exist. I now have a situation where the block of data may have blank row or rows within the block and the number of rows in the block may change - e.g. rows 14, 15 and 21 may be deleted and row 41 added to previous 40 row block. I now need to return information indicating 41 rows in the block (even though some are blank) Any pointers to achieving this?
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