Excel VBA Range Object - Shikshaglboe

The Range property is one of the most important properties of the Excel VBA Range object. It is used to access individual cells in a range. The syntax of the Range property is as follows:

Range(“cell1”).Value = 5

The code above would set the value of cell1 in the active sheet to 5.

The Range property is the primary property of the Excel VBA Range object. It returns or sets a Range object that represents a cell, row, column, or a selection of cells within the worksheet.

We use the Range property to access and manipulate cells within a worksheet:

To read the value of a cell:

Set myRange = Range("A1")

myValue = myRange.Value

To write a value to a cell:

myRange.Value = "Hello World!"

Excel VBA Range Object: The Range property is the most important property of the Excel VBA Range object. With the Range property, you can access a single cell or a range of cells in a worksheet. The following code shows how to use the Range property to access cells in a worksheet:

Dim rng As Range

Set rng = ThisWorkbook.Sheets("Sheet1").Range("A1")

rng.Value = "Hello, World!"

Set rng = ThisWorkbook.Sheets("Sheet1").Range("A1:B2")

rng.Value = "Hello, World!"

The Range Property in VBA is used to select a range of cells from the worksheet. It can be used as a worksheet function (WS) and a VBA function (VBA) in Excel. The syntax for the RANGE property is as follows:

Application.Range(Cell1:=RangeStart, Cell2:=RangeEnd)

Where Cell1 is the first cell in the range, and Cell2 is the last cell in the range.