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Now, just imagine if you add data to your source sheet every day you have to update source range every day.

And, if you do that more than one time in a day, it’s a mess.

Row ' Get Database Last Row lng DB_Last Row = Get Last Row With Data(cstr DBASE_SHEET) ' Msg Box " Last Row = " & lng DB_Last Row ' Enter Formulas Application.

Worksheets(rstr Sheet Name) Get Last Row With Data = .

I'm new to writing VBA but I think I'm close to something. Address(0,0) & " was updated on " & Date End Sub Ah, my own fault. I tried this but it didn't work: Private Sub Worksheet_Change(By Val Target As Range) If Intersect(Target, Range("F10: F31")) Is Nothing Then Exit Sub Sheets("List1").

I want a macro that will run if a cell is changed in the range F10: F31.

Excel is extremely powerful even using just the basic functionality of adding data to cells and spreadsheets, sorting and cultivating that data into a beautiful work of cellular delight.If you are developing Excel macros, you may wonder how you can select a cell relative to the one in which you are located. If I copy using a macro i need the macro to move old data down 1 row and paste special value into the Range(F6: I6). What I eventually want to get to is this, for any cell in the column when I run the macro it should give me product of first cell in the coloumn and third cell in the column, something like this (=C3*$C

Excel is extremely powerful even using just the basic functionality of adding data to cells and spreadsheets, sorting and cultivating that data into a beautiful work of cellular delight.

If you are developing Excel macros, you may wonder how you can select a cell relative to the one in which you are located. If I copy using a macro i need the macro to move old data down 1 row and paste special value into the Range(F6: I6). What I eventually want to get to is this, for any cell in the column when I run the macro it should give me product of first cell in the coloumn and third cell in the column, something like this (=C3*$C$1). Using the same methodology, a formula can also include "Active Cell. Once in the cell you want to put the formula, be it manually, or with a macro, a simple format would be: Active Cell. Row Got a version of Excel that uses the menu interface (Excel 97, Excel 2000, Excel 2002, or Excel 2003)? If you use a later version of Excel, visit our Excel Tips site focusing on the ribbon interface.

For instance, if you are using Excel and you press the Home key, the cell at the left side of the current row is selected. The Macro now places the new data into Range(A1: D1) moving it to Range(F5: I5). I now need to move the first 2 data sets down 1 row so new transferred data wont over write the top row @JMJ, NP - but please note that this request was to refer(!

Unfortunately, using the macro recorder to record this does not help in this situation, since it records destination of the action, instead of the your actual action. ) to that cell (meaning, to know it's address and probably not for selecting it). Address Michael (Micky) Avidan“Microsoft® Answers" - Wiki author & Forums Moderator“Microsoft®” MVP – Excel (2009-2015)ISRAEL Hello, I am trying to get to the first row of the coloumn I am in, I tried modyfying the formual you have Cells(Application.

For instance, if you press Home and you are on the fourth row in a worksheet, Excel doesn't record the Home action, but instead records the destination, as follows: This is great if you always want to go to cell A4, but terrible if you want to go to the first cell of whatever row you are on. Michael (Micky) Avidan“Microsoft® Answers" - Wiki author & Forums Moderator“Microsoft®” MVP – Excel (2009-2015)ISRAEL @Ivor, In order to return the expected cell's address - try: Msg Box Selection.

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Excel is extremely powerful even using just the basic functionality of adding data to cells and spreadsheets, sorting and cultivating that data into a beautiful work of cellular delight.If you are developing Excel macros, you may wonder how you can select a cell relative to the one in which you are located. If I copy using a macro i need the macro to move old data down 1 row and paste special value into the Range(F6: I6). What I eventually want to get to is this, for any cell in the column when I run the macro it should give me product of first cell in the coloumn and third cell in the column, something like this (=C3*$C$1). Using the same methodology, a formula can also include "Active Cell. Once in the cell you want to put the formula, be it manually, or with a macro, a simple format would be: Active Cell. Row Got a version of Excel that uses the menu interface (Excel 97, Excel 2000, Excel 2002, or Excel 2003)? If you use a later version of Excel, visit our Excel Tips site focusing on the ribbon interface.For instance, if you are using Excel and you press the Home key, the cell at the left side of the current row is selected. The Macro now places the new data into Range(A1: D1) moving it to Range(F5: I5). I now need to move the first 2 data sets down 1 row so new transferred data wont over write the top row @JMJ, NP - but please note that this request was to refer(! Unfortunately, using the macro recorder to record this does not help in this situation, since it records destination of the action, instead of the your actual action. ) to that cell (meaning, to know it's address and probably not for selecting it). Address Michael (Micky) Avidan“Microsoft® Answers" - Wiki author & Forums Moderator“Microsoft®” MVP – Excel (2009-2015)ISRAEL Hello, I am trying to get to the first row of the coloumn I am in, I tried modyfying the formual you have Cells(Application. For instance, if you press Home and you are on the fourth row in a worksheet, Excel doesn't record the Home action, but instead records the destination, as follows: This is great if you always want to go to cell A4, but terrible if you want to go to the first cell of whatever row you are on. Michael (Micky) Avidan“Microsoft® Answers" - Wiki author & Forums Moderator“Microsoft®” MVP – Excel (2009-2015)ISRAEL @Ivor, In order to return the expected cell's address - try: Msg Box Selection. Value & " was updated on " & Date End Sub We use cookies to store session information to facilitate remembering your login information, to allow you to save website preferences, to personalise content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic.

). Using the same methodology, a formula can also include "Active Cell. Once in the cell you want to put the formula, be it manually, or with a macro, a simple format would be: Active Cell. Row Got a version of Excel that uses the menu interface (Excel 97, Excel 2000, Excel 2002, or Excel 2003)? If you use a later version of Excel, visit our Excel Tips site focusing on the ribbon interface.For instance, if you are using Excel and you press the Home key, the cell at the left side of the current row is selected. The Macro now places the new data into Range(A1: D1) moving it to Range(F5: I5). I now need to move the first 2 data sets down 1 row so new transferred data wont over write the top row @JMJ, NP - but please note that this request was to refer(! Unfortunately, using the macro recorder to record this does not help in this situation, since it records destination of the action, instead of the your actual action. ) to that cell (meaning, to know it's address and probably not for selecting it). Address Michael (Micky) Avidan“Microsoft® Answers" - Wiki author & Forums Moderator“Microsoft®” MVP – Excel (2009-2015)ISRAEL Hello, I am trying to get to the first row of the coloumn I am in, I tried modyfying the formual you have Cells(Application. For instance, if you press Home and you are on the fourth row in a worksheet, Excel doesn't record the Home action, but instead records the destination, as follows: This is great if you always want to go to cell A4, but terrible if you want to go to the first cell of whatever row you are on. Michael (Micky) Avidan“Microsoft® Answers" - Wiki author & Forums Moderator“Microsoft®” MVP – Excel (2009-2015)ISRAEL @Ivor, In order to return the expected cell's address - try: Msg Box Selection. Value & " was updated on " & Date End Sub We use cookies to store session information to facilitate remembering your login information, to allow you to save website preferences, to personalise content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic.