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Referring to the Last Cell in Excel

The last cell in Excel is the bottom-rightmost cell in the worksheet, which is typically identified by its address. The address of the last cell is determined by the number of rows and columns in the worksheet. For example, if a worksheet has 1,000 rows and 20 columns, the address of the last cell would be IV1000.

There are a few different ways to refer to the last cell in Excel. One way is to use the built-in LastCell function. This function returns a Range object that represents the last used cell on the worksheet. The LastCell function takes one optional argument, which is the Worksheet object that you want to return the last used cell from. If you don't specify a worksheet, the function will return the last used cell from the active sheet.

Another way to reference the last cell in Excel is to use the SpecialCells method. This method returns a range of cells that meet specific criteria. To return the last used cell on a worksheet, you can use the following code:

Dim lastCell As Range 
Set lastCell = Range("A1").SpecialCells(xlCellTypeLastCell) 

This code will return a Range object that represents the bottom-rightmost cell on the active sheet. You can then use this Range object to reference or manipulate data in that cell.

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