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How can I get the number of activecell with VBA ?

How can I get the number of activecell with VBA ?

How can I get the number of activecell with VBA ?

(OP)
I attemped to get the number like this "activecell.page"
 but I couldn't.
 And  I'm wondering the number of activecell.

RE: How can I get the number of activecell with VBA ?

Your question seems a bit vague.
What is your host application? Excel?
What number? row number, column number, cell value, page number the cell appears on, etc.

RE: How can I get the number of activecell with VBA ?

(OP)
OH I'm sorry. It is a excel problem.

RE: How can I get the number of activecell with VBA ?

In general you will get better Excel VBA answers in forum766: Microsoft VBA - Visual Basic for Applications, as this forum is for straight Visual Basic.

For this question you can use ActiveCell.Column and ActiveCell.Row

Good Luck
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