Referencing a Name from within VBA

cmazur71

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I have a Name (DISCOUNT) defined in my workbook. (DISCOUNT refers to cell A20)

How can I reference that Name from within VBA?

This code works, but DISCOUNT may not always reference A2. I may insert additional rows.
Set AMOUNT = Worksheets("Quote").range("A20")
 

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Cbrine

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cmazur71 said:
I have a Name (DISCOUNT) defined in my workbook. (DISCOUNT refers to cell A20)

How can I reference that Name from within VBA?

This code works, but DISCOUNT may not always reference A2. I may insert additional rows.
Set AMOUNT = Worksheets("Quote").range("A20")

This should do it.
Set AMOUNT = Worksheets("Quote").range("DISCOUNT")
 

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