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VBA – Determine Start and End Column of a Merged Cell

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Steve Rynearson

Last updated on March 6, 2022

Here is example code to determine the Start and End Column of a Merged Cell. It assigns the value of each column to a variable and returns them in a message box.

Determine Start and End Columns of Merged Cells

Public Sub StartEndMerge()

'Declare Variables

Dim StartColumn As Integer

Dim EndColumn As Integer

'Assign Variables

StartColumn = ActiveCell.Column

EndColumn = Selection.Columns.Count + StartColumn - 1

'Show Results

MsgBox "Start Column " & StartColumn

MsgBox "End Column " & EndColumn

End Sub

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