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Excel AutoFit Cell via VBA?
How would you best go about auto fitting column width? I am using a sub procedure to insert new row(s), contingent on the user's input, into a worksheet, however it would be nice to have the data to be completely visible after the row(s) has been inserted. I suppose this also needs to be done every time a new row is inserted, rather than just once, blatantly because new data could be longer than previous data entered. So far, I have thought to use this: Columns().AutoFit It also appears as though both of these are different in nature, how do I be judicious about which to use? Columns("A:H").AutoFit Range("A1:H1").Columns.AutoFit I have also heard the use of the Excel VBA 'EntireRow' property, would this help in any way?
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