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Refer to Range by cells’ numbers
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Refer to Range by cells’ numbers

Refer to Range by cells’ numbers

(OP)
I need to Sum cells in a Range, i.e. from B2 to AB2 and put a Sum in Cell AC2, but I know the row number and the column number, so I would like to use Sum Range from Cells(2, 2) to Cells(2, 28)

Having trouble with the syntax. Any ideas?


---- Andy

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RE: Refer to Range by cells’ numbers

Hi,

"Sum Range from Cells(2, 2) to Cells(2, 28)"

Assuming that the sheet you're referencing is active...

CODE

nSum = Application.Sum(Range(Cells(2, 2), Cells(2, 28))) 

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RE: Refer to Range by cells’ numbers

(OP)
Thanks,

This is what I came up with, when my Row is intR, start column is 2 and last Column is intLastCol:

CODE

Cells(intR, intLastCol + 1).Value = WorksheetFunction.Sum(Range(Cells(intR, 2), Cells(intR, intLastCol))) 

Which is the same as what you gave me smile

What about if - instead of calculating the Sum, I would enter the Formula for Sum?


---- Andy

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RE: Refer to Range by cells’ numbers

Cells(intR, intLastCol + 1).FormulaR1C1 = "=SUM(R" & intR & "C2:R" & intR & "C" & iIntLastCol & ")"

combo

RE: Refer to Range by cells’ numbers

(OP)
Thanks combo, works like a charm.... pc2


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