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VBA Multiplication of Two Columns

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    VBA Multiplication of Two Columns

    Hello, I understand this is a basic question but I was wondering if there was a short way to multiply two numbers on the same row (e.g. A1 & B1) and repeat this for as many columns as there is data in them (it can vary so could be A6*B6 OR A3*B3).

    So if there is data in a1 & b1 all the way down to a6 & b6 I want all the individual columns to multiply eachother and then possibly present the total value of each added together
    Last edited by lesoies; 10-06-2012 at 02:45 PM.

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    Re: Multiplying two cells on a row for the whole column and showing the total value

    in c1 = a1*b1 and drag down.

    Then you can use sum to sum the column C.
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    Re: Multiplying two cells on a row for the whole column and showing the total value

    Sorry I forgot to state I am trying to do this in a macro using VBA

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