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Microsoft: Office FAQ

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How can I find the first row in a table? by SkipVought
Posted: 5 Dec 01

Assuming that you do not ALWAYS start your tables in Row 1 (for instance if you want totals displayed above your table)
1. table must start in Column "A"
2. there must be a blank row ABOVE the first row of your table
3. your table must have contiguous data, ie no blank rows or columns within your table.
Here is a function that returns the first row in your table

Function HeaderRow() As Long
    HeaderRow = Cells(Cells.Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).CurrentRegion.Row
End Function


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