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Posted on 2000-03-30
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How do dynamically select Excel Columns in Visual Basic ? For example if I wanted to place database field names across in individual columns across the first row of a sheet how would I start with cell A1 and reference the next cell B1, C1.. ect.. without using code that looks like (if index = 1 then cell = "A1"... if index = 2 then cell = "A2" ??      
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You can use this syntax

For i=1 to 10
 For j=1 to 10
   oEx.Cells(i,j).value = i*10+j
 Next
Next

where oEx is Excel object

HTH
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