Rabu, 13 Juli 2016

Re: [ExcelVBA] Re: Formula to return column number


You can use the MATCH() function to return the "relative position".


Keep in mind that the "relative position" is related to the position in the "array".
so, if your array begins with column A, then the position will be the same as the column number.
If you select column headings column C through X (for example)
then if the matched value is in column C, then the MATCH() function would return a (1)
and you'd have to treat it accordingly.
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On Tuesday, July 12, 2016 10:44 PM, "who1012000@yahoo.com [ExcelVBA]" <ExcelVBA@yahoogroups.com> wrote:


=column() in a cell gives you the column of the active cell. Thanks, David


Posted by: Paul Schreiner <schreiner_paul@att.net>
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