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Old September 23rd, 2006, 07:03 AM
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Default I need to refer a cell within a cell like =RC[ RC2


I need to refer a cell within a cell like =RC[ RC25].

For example the value 13 is stored in the cell RC25.
Then the formula will be =RC[13].

Please help me how do i do it.
I will eagerly wait for your reply.
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Old September 24th, 2006, 08:19 AM
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Iam not sure if I have got your query.

If you want to have a formula referring to the other cell

Sub WroxExcel()
    iRow1 = 2
    iCol1 = 2
    iRow2 = 3
    iCol2 = 3
    Cells(iRow2, iCol2).Formula = "=RC[" & Cells(iRow1, iCol1).Value & "]"

End Sub


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