VBA – Test if Selection is a Range or Object

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Test if Selection is a Range

If you are working with a user selected Range in VBA you may want to first test that the Selection is not a Chart, Autoshape, or other object.

To test if a Selection is a Range, check the TypeName of the Selection = “Range”. Here’s an example:

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