How can I find the address of a cell?

JCScoobyRS

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In column A, I have two named named cells, one named ASSEMBBEGIN, presently at A73, and ASSEMBTOTAL, presently at A74. Is there a way to be able to find there row position through a macro? I have this macro that needs to be able to look between these two cells no matter where they are as long as there are in column A. Thanks, Jeremy
 

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