- The Range object
- Referencing ranges in other sheets
- Referencing a range relative to another range
- Using the Cells property to select a range
- Using the Offset property to refer to a range
- Using the Resize property to change the size of a range
- Using the Columns and Rows properties to specify a range
- Using the Union method to join multiple ranges
- Using the Intersect method to create a new range from overlapping ranges
- Using the IsEmpty function to check whether a cell is empty
- Using the CurrentRegion property to select a data range
- Using the Areas collection to return a noncontiguous range
- Referencing tables
- Next steps
Using the Columns and Rows properties to specify a range
The Columns and Rows properties refer to the columns and rows of a specified Range object, which can be a worksheet or a range of cells. They return a Range object referencing the rows or columns of the specified object.
You’ve seen the following line used, but what is it doing?
FinalRow = Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row
This line of code finds the last row in a sheet in which column A has a value and places the row number of that Range object into the variable called FinalRow. This can be useful when you need to loop through a sheet row by row; you will know exactly how many rows you need to go through.