VBA – Find the Maximum Value For Each Column in a Range

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Find Max Value For Each Column in Range

The following function will return the Maximum Value in each Column in a Range:

We can use a subroutine like the following to display the results:

So:

max each column

Will return 990,907, 992, 976 ,988 and 873 for each of the above columns.
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