How to use a variable in refering a range?

nicholasho

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Hi,

I like to define a range to cover a column in a sheet. One of the method is as follows:


Set LookupSheet = Worksheets("Sheet5")
LookupLastRow = LookupSheet.Range("A65536").End(xlUp).Row


Set RangeOne = Worksheets("Sheet5").Range("$AX$2:$AX$(LookupLastRow)")

The last statement has syntax error with LookupLastRow. What's the syntax to retrieve the variable value and used in the range definition?

Thanks and Regards
Nick
 

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