troubleshooting Question

Excel VBA equivalent of a range definition

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This range definition (LastCol) gives me the last column of my 11-column wide Table1:

=OFFSET(Table1,0,10,ROWS(Table1),COLUMNS(Table1)-10)

How do I express that in VBA so that I don't have to create and name the range before running a macro that relies on it?

Thanks,
John
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