VBA – Select All Cells

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Last updated on September 21, 2021

Select All Cells In Worksheet with .Cells

To select all the cells on a sheet using VBA you can use the .cells property of the worksheet, without specifying a specific cell.

An example of selecting all cells on Sheet1 using the code name Sheet1:

Sub MySelectAll()



End Sub

An example of selecting all cells on Sheet1 using it’s tabname. You can replace “PlaceTabNameHere” with the name of your tab

Sub MySelectAll2()



End Sub

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