VBA For Visible Range
I'm looking for the row and column number, or number of rows and columns, that are visible in activewindow. Activewindow.visiblerange.row, .column (and .Scrollrow, .Scrollcolumn) are nice but
I prefer not to perform division on pixel height; I'm looking for some count or rowcount but I haven't been able to locate the object.
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' Macro3 Macro
' Macro recorded 8/16/2006 by BPETTIS
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Row 2 is not visible, so it either has no number or freezes at "1" in AW2.
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Row 4 is visible, so it is numbered "2" in AW4.
And so on.
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If I click on the cell to review this, it vanishes once I click out and still works. If, however, I click in the cell to edit it and then hit "Enter" the formula stays visible and refuses to work!
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