Why does this not work?

Xineq

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Hey MrExcel

i dont understand why this:

Code:
StrAddress = Worksheets(Counting).Cells("R2")

Dont work. I want my StrAddress to always to be referring to the Cell R2 in my Counting Sheet
 

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Comfy

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Code:
Counting = "Sheet1"
Set StrAddress = Worksheets(Counting).Range("R2")
 

VoG

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Should it be

Code:
StrAddress = Worksheets("Counting").Range("R2").Value
 
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