UsedObjects object (Excel)
Represents objects that have been allocated in a workbook.
Use the UsedObjects property of the Application object to return a UsedObjects collection.
After a UsedObjects collection is returned, you can determine the quantity of used objects in a Microsoft Excel application by using the Count property.
In this example, Microsoft Excel determines the quantity of objects that have been allocated and notifies the user. This example assumes a recalculation was performed in the application and was interrupted before finishing.
Sub CountUsedObjects() MsgBox "The number of used objects in this application is: " & _ Application.UsedObjects.Count End Sub
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