Trying to teach myself VBA and am very new to this. Stackoverflow has been an awesome resource so far so I figured I’d ask it here.
What I want it to do is find the cell named “Reference,” then copy the column below it.
For some reason I can’t find this anywhere online and figured I’d bite the bullet and submit a question.
It depends on what you mean by “cell named”. If the cell is in fact named “Reference” (i.e. if you have renamed the range of cell
Reference, you can then copy the cell below this by using the offset method:
If you instead are searching for a cell with the value “Reference” you can find this cell and copy the cell blow this by using a method like this (note that if there are multiple cells that meet the search criteria, it will copy the cell below the last found cell):
With ActiveSheet.UsedRange Set c = .Find("Reference", LookIn:=xlValues) If Not c Is Nothing Then ActiveSheet.Range(c.Address).Offset(1, 0).Copy End If End With
If you want to copy an entire column below a specific cell, you can do something in line of the following code. In this case it will copy all of used cells below the cell
Sub CopyColumnBelow() Dim r As Range Set r = ActiveSheet.Range("C7") ActiveSheet.Range(r, ActiveSheet.Cells(Rows.Count, r.Column).End(xlUp).Address).Copy End Sub
Hope you can use this to move forward learning Excel VBA.