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    Reference last column in worksheet

    Greetings,

    I'm trying to dynamically reference the last column using
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    . I can't seem to figure out how to convert the column reference from a number to a letter.

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    These other methods have failed as well.
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    Re: Reference last column in worksheet

    Here, try this

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    Re: Reference last column in worksheet

    To convert from number to character a column reference, have a look on next code

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    Re: Reference last column in worksheet

    Greetings,

    I have a function which converts a column number reference to a letter reference. However, when I try to pass that converted column letter reference using
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    , I receive a "Run-time error '1004'." I've tested the function using:

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    and it correctly displays the column letter.

    Below is my macro and function:

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    Re: Reference last column in worksheet

    why not use a column number instead of a letter
    something like this
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    Re: Reference last column in worksheet

    The function and macro work correctly. I made the mistake of having put them in a worksheet Microsoft excel object. Thank you very much everyone for your help.

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