Range.Rows property (Excel)
Returns a Range object that represents the rows in the specified range.
expression A variable that represents a Range object.
To return a single row, use the Item property or equivalently include an index in parentheses. For example, both
Selection.Rows.Item(1) return the first row of the selection.
When applied to a Range object that is a multiple selection, this property returns rows from only the first area of the range. For example, if the Range object
someRange has two areas—A1:B2 and C3:D4—,
someRange.Rows.Count returns 2, not 4. To use this property on a range that may contain a multiple selection, test Areas.Count to determine whether the range is a multiple selection. If it is, loop over each area in the range, as shown in the third example.
The returned range might be outside the specified range. For example,
Range("A1:B2").Rows(5) returns cells A5:B5. For more information, see the Item property.
Using the Rows property without an object qualifier is equivalent to using ActiveSheet.Rows. For more information, see the Worksheet.Rows property.
This example deletes the range B4:Z4 on Sheet1 of the active workbook.
This example deletes rows in the current region on worksheet one of the active workbook where the value of cell one in the row is the same as the value of cell one in the previous row.
For Each rw In Worksheets(1).Cells(1, 1).CurrentRegion.Rows this = rw.Cells(1, 1).Value If this = last Then rw.Delete last = this Next
This example displays the number of rows in the selection on Sheet1. If more than one area is selected, the example loops through each area.
Public Sub ShowNumberOfRowsInSheet1Selection Worksheets("Sheet1").Activate Dim selectedRange As Excel.Range Set selectedRange = Selection Dim areaCount As Long areaCount = Selection.Areas.Count If areaCount <= 1 Then MsgBox "The selection contains " & _ Selection.Rows.Count & " rows." Else Dim areaIndex As Long areaIndex = 1 For Each area In Selection.Areas MsgBox "Area " & areaIndex & " of the selection contains " & _ area.Rows.Count & " rows." areaIndex = areaIndex + 1 Next End If End Sub
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