• I'm a "data tester" and I test websites by writing SQL queries then using Excel to process the data and validate data during test execution
  • Sometimes we want to use R1C1 nontation in our VBA (e.g. 478,9) but usually we prefer A1 notation (e.g. I478)
  • Also, range objects return numbers (e.g. ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Columns.Count would return 9 not "I") but business people refer to "column I" never to "column 9"
  • The point is we need a way to convert R1C1 notation to A1 notation

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  • use the Excel Address function enter image description here

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