## How do I select the last row in a macro?

## How do I select the last row in a macro?

We will use the shortcut key Ctrl + down arrow. It will take us to the last used row before any empty cell. We will use the same method in VBA too to find the last row.

**What is end xlDown in VBA?**

End(xlDown) is the VBA equivalent of clicking Ctrl + Down . Try Ctrl + Down with. an empty column. a column with a value in row 1 but no other. values in rows 1 and 2.

**How do I select a range of a macro in Excel?**

Selecting a Single Cell Using VBA Range(“A1”) tells VBA the address of the cell that we want to refer to. Select is a method of the Range object and selects the cells/range specified in the Range object. The cell references need to be enclosed in double quotes.

### What is end XLUP in VBA?

The VBA snippet End(xlup). Row will find the last used row in an Excel range. Knowing the last row in Excel is useful for looping through columns of data.

**How do you select the end of a row in Excel VBA?**

Use VBA to Find the Last Row in Excel

- Define the cell or the range from where you want to navigate to the last row.
- After that, enter a dot to get the list of properties and methods.
- Select or type “End” and enter a starting parenthese.
- Use the argument that you want to use.

**How do I get the last row of data in Excel?**

To get the last row used, we use the ROW function together with…

- Excel ROW Function. The Excel ROW function returns the row number for a reference.
- Excel ROWS Function. The Excel ROWS function returns the count of rows in a given reference.
- Excel MIN Function.

## How do I select the end of a column in Excel?

You can select columns to the end of sheet using Ctrl+Shift + Left shortcut. To select to end of column from a cell, use excel shortcut Ctrl+Shift + Down arrow.

**How do I find the last row number in Excel VBA?**

Ways to VBA Find Last Row in Excel

- Sub LastRow_SpecialCells() Dim LastRow As Long LastRow = Range(“A:A”).
- Sub LastRow_NonEmpty() Dim LastRow As Long LastRow = Cells(Rows.
- Sub LastRow_AnyColumn() Dim LastRow As Long LastRow = Range(“B” & Rows.
- Sub LastRow_UsedRange() Dim LastRow As Long LastRow = ActiveSheet.

**How do you pick the last value in a column in Excel?**

If we wish to get only the first column number, we can use the MIN function to extract just the first column number, which will be the lowest number in the array. Once we get the first column, we can just add the total columns in the range and subtract 1, to get the last column number.