Introduction to the use of actions to get the position of the currently selected cell.
- 1. How to use
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- 3.1. Excel Actions
- 3.2. Examples of Use
- 3.2.1. Send newsletter. Email one line at a time from an Excel book.
- 3.2.2. How to get the last row and last column of an Excel book.
- 3.2.3. Transcribing from one Excel book to anothe
- 3.2.4. How to get the last business day of the specified month.
- 3.2.5. How to get the number of business days for a specify month.
- 3.2.6. How to get the number of business days within a specified period.
- 3.2.7. Move to the specified cell in the Excel book.
- 3.2.8. Create a table of contents for sheet names in an Excel book.
How to use
Specify the target Excel file.
This variable stores the current cell position (column and row numbers).
Basically, you can leave it as it is, but if you are loading values in multiple actions, change the name to indicate what kind of value it is.
Error handling is performed as needed.
The error occurs when the position of the active cell fails, such as when an operation has been performed on an Excel file that has not been opened.
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