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Aug 24, 2006

I want to apply some logic to a range. However I want to offset the bottom of the range by 1 row.

Example: I have a range (B8:I19) already defined in my vba code. But I want to shade range (B8:I20).

MyRange = Range("B8:B19")
MyRange.Offset(1, 0).Interior.ColorIndex=3

This code also offsets the top of the range (row 9), which I don't want.

How can I only offest the bottom of the range?

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I am having trouble with one line of this code that I can't figure out how to write correctly. I have set the range, but I need to offset by 10 rows up. My code fails at set rng.

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I have an offset range ("TheCell") that does not seem be working how I would expect.

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I Use sheet change to set the peramiters of the range and to test the value

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but for some reason I am getting a runtime error 1004 worksheet failed.

I have used this technique before and its been fine so what mistake have I made :o)

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5--
6--

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Code:
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Code:

(E5-COUNTA(GrdMtx7)-1)&" Module(s)",(E5-COUNTA(GrdMtx7)&" Module(s)")))
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Code:

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Code:

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My best effort doesn't work:

Code:

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