Usedrange not updating
When entering numerical data in Excel, it helps to format it according to the type of data it is. percentage, currency, date, or text—helps drive consistency and accuracy in displaying and working with your data.
If you know from the get-go what format your data should be in, it’s relatively simple to choose a number format for the entire column before entering your data.
Just select a column and choose a number format from the Number pane in the Home ribbon: However, things can become troublesome when trying to apply number formatting to an existing range of data.
You can update the format of a cell, but sometimes it won’t automatically refresh with the new formatting.
In this example, we’re using a column that’s entered as text.
We’d like to give it custom formatting, so it looks more like a time from a stopwatch.
Value[Xl Range Value Data Range Value Default]; var row Count = worksheet.
Used Range; var value Array = (object[,])excel Range.
I added in some extra lines to find the first cell that has data in it, and wrote a function to find the “Actual” used range in a sheet.Excel VBA custom Function last row and last column Excel delete blank rows and blank cells before import into Access Excel VBA Used Range is a worksheet Property, it returns the area Range bounded by first used cell and last used cell.