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What is wrong with this?

  Asked By: Wayne    Date: Sep 01    Category: MS Office    Views: 1026
  

Worksheets("05data").Activate
totalrows = ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Rows.Count
totalcolumns = ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Columns.Count
ActiveCell.Select
ActiveCell.Offset(totalrows, totalcolumns).Range("a1").Select

Can anyone tell me why the 5th line gives me an error. I realize that
I must be using the wrong sort of function but I can't figure out why
or how to fix it.

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Answer #1    Answered By: Sadie Black     Answered On: Sep 01


Works fine here.
What's the error  report?
What version of Excel?

Realise that if you have a completely empty sheet apart from something
in cell J23 and something in cell M26, that totalrows will be 4 as
will totalcolumns, and that the result of the fifth line  will be to
select 4 rows  down and 4 columns  across from wherever the active cell
happened to be when you started. If this tries to select a cell beyond
256 columns across or more than 65536 rows down you'll get error (1004
usually).

What are you aiming at?

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Viveka Fischer     Answered On: Sep 01

I managed to get it working and then switched to a totally different
approach and it works fine too. Thanks for the comments about my
earlier posting...

 
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