VBA reference active cell

jakobt

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Want to add a reference to the cellrange of the active cell. This code debugs...


sub cellref()
dim ac as range

ac = activecell.name

end sub
 

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MARK858

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Maybe you mean

Code:
Dim ac As Range

Set ac = Range(ActiveCell.Address)

but I don't see the advantage of using ac over ActiveCell :confused:

If want just the Address then

Code:
Dim ac As String

ac = ActiveCell.Address
 
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offthelip

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does this do what you want?
Code:
Sub cellref()

ac = ActiveCell.Address
MsgBox ac


End Sub
 

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