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    Macro Cell References (Excel 2000)

    I notice when I create a macro the cell refeferences are in the R1C1 mode. Is it possible to setup a macro in the A1:B1 mode. It would make editing a lot easier>

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    Re: Macro Cell References (Excel 2000)

    No, there is no way to change that. I assume you see this for formulas especially. You can simply copy the formula text from the cell to the macro.
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    Re: Macro Cell References (Excel 2000)

    Can a procedure be written to solve this problem?

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