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VBA Code to Multiply 2 Cells

Discussion in 'VBA Macros' started by New VBA User, Nov 10, 2017.

  1. New VBA User

    New VBA User New Member

    Hello All,

    I have an excel sheet where the user will input values in 2 columns. I am looking for VBA code that will show the multiplied result in 3rd column

    Col A ColB ColC
    3 7 21
    6 6 36
  2. Derek McGill

    Derek McGill Active Member

    Why vba and not a formula ?
  3. Belleke

    Belleke Active Member

    Code (vb):
    Sub Belleke()
    With Range("C1:C" & Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row)
            .Formula = "=PRODUCT($A1, $B1)"
            .Value = .Value
          End With
    End Sub
    Thomas Kuriakose and Hui like this.
  4. Akash Goswami

    Akash Goswami New Member

    Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()

    Dim i As Integer

    For i = 2 To Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row
    Cells(i, 3).Value = Cells(i, 1).Value * Cells(i, 2).Value

    Next i

    End Sub
  5. Marc L

    Marc L Excel Ninja

    Hi !

    Less efficient is a loop - like ForNext - when an Excel feature
    already exists like here an easy formula :​
    Code (vb):
    Sub Demo()
        With [A1].CurrentRegion.Resize(, 3).Columns
            .Item(3).Value = Evaluate(.Item(1).Address & "*" & .Item(2).Address)
        End With
    End Sub
    Same as Belleke post #3 but via a direct evaluation …

    Think Excel Before VBA !

    Do you like it ? So thanks to click on bottom right Like !

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