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Delete Rows And Columns

It is frequently necessary to delete rows and columns in a worksheet. Rows use numeric designations which lend themselves to computational solutions for choosing the row numbers to be deleted. Columns, however, use an Alpha designation for some of the commands, so this example shows how to delete columns using numeric identification.

The program code below shows multiple ways to delete the same rows and columns.

Program Code

Option Explicit

Public Sub DeleteRowsAndColumns()
Dim lngStartingRow As Long
Dim lngEndingRow As Long
Dim lngStartingColumn As Long
Dim lngEndingColumn As Long

lngStartingRow = 6
lngEndingRow = 9

lngStartingColumn = 10
lngEndingColumn = 16

' *****************************************************
' Delete Columns 10 - 16 By Using Alpha Designation
' *****************************************************
Columns("J:P").Delete

' *****************************************************
' Delete The Same Columns Using Numeric Designations
' *****************************************************
Range(Cells(1, 10), Cells(1, 16)).EntireColumn.Delete

' *****************************************************
' Delete The Same Columns Using Numeric Variables
' *****************************************************
Range(Cells(1, lngStartingColumn), Cells(1, lngEndingColumn)).EntireColumn.Delete

' *****************************************************
' Delete Rows 6 - 9 Using Numeric Designations
' *****************************************************
Rows("6:9").Delete

' *****************************************************
' Delete The Same Rows Using Numeric Variables
' *****************************************************
Rows(lngStartingRow & ":" & lngEndingRow).Delete

' *****************************************************
' Delete A Single Row
' *****************************************************
Rows(1000).EntireRow.Delete

End Sub

Program Code To Delete All Rows Past Last Data Row

Option Explicit
' ****************************************************************
' Reset Row Range To Actual Data
' Delete All Rows Past Last Data Row
' ****************************************************************
Public Sub SetActualRange()
Dim lngLastDataRow As Long
Dim lngLastExcelRow As Long

Dim rngRangeToDelete As Range

lngLastDataRow = ActiveSheet.Cells(Rows.Count, "A").End(xlUp).Row
lngLastExcelRow = ActiveSheet.Cells(Rows.Count, "A").Row
' **********************************************************************************
' The Following Line Can Be Used to Replace The Last Two Lines of Code
' **********************************************************************************
' Range(Cells(lngLastDataRow + 1, 1), Cells(lngLastExcelRow, 5)).EntireRow.Delete
' **********************************************************************************

Set rngRangeToDelete = Range(Cells(lngLastDataRow + 1, 1), Cells(lngLastExcelRow, 5)).EntireRow
rngRangeToDelete.Delete

End Sub

' **********************************************************************************
' Or You Can Use This Method To Delete Both Columns and Rows
' **********************************************************************************
Sub AlternativeMethodToDelete()
    Dim LastRow As Long
    LastRow = Sheets("Sheet1").Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row + 1
    
    '~~> Delete Extra Rows
    Sheets("Sheet1").Rows(LastRow & ":" & Rows.Count).Delete
    
    '~~> Delete Extra Columns just to be safe
    Sheets("Sheet1").Columns("F:" & Split(Cells(, Columns.Count).Address, "$")(1)).Delete
End Sub