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VBA – Delete Blank Rows

Delete Blank Rows

The obvious way to remove blank rows from a data set is to simply sort the data. This moves the blank rows to the bottom of the data and “removes” them. But what if you want the blank rows removed, however you don’t want the data sorted? VBA is one method of doing this, or you can delete blank rows using the COUNTA Function and deleting filtered cells.

The following macro will remove blank rows without any sorting (turn off screen updating to go faster).

Sub DeleteBlankRows()

Dim x As Long

With ActiveSheet

    For x = .Cells.SpecialCells(xlCellTypeLastCell).Row To 1 Step -1
        If WorksheetFunction.CountA(.Rows(x)) = 0 Then
            ActiveSheet.Rows(x).Delete
        End If
    Next

End With

End Sub

 

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