VBA – Count the rows in a Selection

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Steve Rynearson

Last updated on July 19, 2021

If you ever need to count the number of rows that were selected, use Selection.Rows.Count

Count Rows in a Selection

Public Sub CountMyRows()

MsgBox Selection.Rows.Count

End Sub

If you ever need to count the number of Columns that were selected, use Selection.Columns.Count

Count Columns in a Selection

Public Sub CountMyColumns()

MsgBox Selection.Columns.Count

End Sub

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