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    Red face Hello I'm a new member

    I've spent many years creating Excel model templates with formulas, carefully avoiding having to use VBA (except I have created macros by recording an action routine). I have now decided I need to learn more about using VBA to make more dynamic models. I look forward to participating/contributing positively to this forum.

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    Hello Lynda214,

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    Re: Hello I'm a new member

    Quote Originally Posted by Lynda214 View Post
    I have now decided I need to learn more about using VBA to make more dynamic models.
    Welcome to the board!

    Be sure to learn using Range instead of Selection. Selection has it's place, but Range will run faster and be more stable in the long run.
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