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I have a piece of code:

"LastRow = Cells(Cells.Rows.Count, "I").End(xlUp).Row + 1
Range("I" & LastRow) = WorksheetFunction.Sum(Range("I3:I" & LastRow - 1))"

which needs to run from the last used cell of column I to the last used cell of column AF. the last used cell in this range is unknown, since the rows vary in number from month to month.

a quick push in the right way would be nice, so i can clean up the code, and don't write it for 24 times :)

thank you very much!

P.S. tried do-do while-for-loop and wasn't able to wrap my head around those.


so you want your sum in the same row in each column, but only the column with the most entries will be used to determine what that row is - that is my understanding of your question.  

maxrow = 4
for i = 9 to 32  ' column I to AF
 lastrow = cells(Cells.rows, i).end(xlup).row + 1
 if lastrow > maxrow then maxrow = lastrow

for i = 9 to 32
cells(LastRow, i) = WorksheetFunction.Sum(Range(Cells(3,i), Cells(LastRow - 1,i)))

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