# Using variables within the offset

Here is a simplified version of what I am trying to do:
Dim State as integer, r as range
Set r = range("A1")
State = 10
If r.Offset(0, State).Value = "Texas" Then ....

Assuming r.offset(0,10).value does equal "Texas", what am I doing wrong in this line:
If r.Offset(0, State).Value = "Texas" Then ....
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Commented:
Hi tiehaze,

It look OK to me. Given that r=A1 and State=10,  r.Offset(0, State).Value gets the value from L1. Is this correct?

Regards,

Wayne
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Author Commented:
nevermind... i got it to work, thanks for the confidence :)
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