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VBA Visual Basic for Applications (Microsoft) FAQ

Excel How To

Get an EXCEL cell address from its row/column number by taupirho
Posted: 29 Jun 04 (Edited 28 Jun 07)

Another deceptively simple thing to want to do, but it took me an age to find this gem. Say you've got a cells row and column number and you want to return its cell reference in the format A1 or B5 etc . For example, the cell at row 34, column 78 equates to BZ34. Here's how you get it. Use the address operator.

cells(34,78).address(false,false)     ' returns BZ34



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