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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() Sheet1.Activate Sheet1.Cells.Select 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() Sheets("PlaceTabNameHere").Activate Sheets("PlaceTabNameHere").Cells.Select End Sub
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