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Perfroming calculations on highlighted cells in Excel

Perfroming calculations on highlighted cells in Excel

Perfroming calculations on highlighted cells in Excel

End goal is this:
I have a large table of numbers, when I highlight a portion of the numbers and click a button a macro will use the highlighted numbers in various calculations.  I am looking to do this regardless of what portion of the data I select.  This would be like the average, count, sum, etc, data displayed in the status bar at the bottom of the screen, just different calculations.

The calculations and the message box that would appear with the results I think I can figure out, but I am not sure how to call in the highlighted range of numbers. Does anyone know how to do this?

my best guest is:

dim Highlighted as Range
dim answer as double

set highlighted as selection

answer = count(highlighted)


RE: Perfroming calculations on highlighted cells in Excel

As mentioned the last time you asked a question in this forum... this type of question is better asked on Tek-Tips.

Dan - Owner

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