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EXCEL VBA MACROS EXERCISES▼
Excel VBA Macros | Selecting cells exercise | Bob the Builder - selecting to end
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Create a macro in the above workbook called SelectLastTaskCost:
Your macro will select the top left yellow cell, then move to the bottom right one - see instructions below
Write lines in this macro to:
- Select the top of the list (cell C7) absolutely
- From this cell, move down to the bottom of the block regardless of how many tasks there are
- From this cell, go right to the last column in the block (again regardless of how many columns there are)
When you run your macro, it should leave the bottom right cell (E17) shown above selected.
Save your workbook as BB last task, then close it down.