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VBA Offset?

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James has attended:
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VBA Offset?

Hello,

Is there a way of moving from activecells without using the offset function?

Regards

RE: VBA Offset?

Hi James

Thanks for your question

Could you expand upon your question for me? In particular what specifically are you trying to achieve? I suspect the cells object is the way to go here but I need more data to be sure

Regards

Stephen

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