Combine specified column with user inputted row

How can I take a user inputted row to select a specific cell if the column is specified in the code?

I've got a userform with a TextBox for the user to enter the row number.

Say the column I am interested in is Column A...

If the user inputs "2".....I want to set the output cell to the value in A2
If the user inputs "43"......A43...etc.


Thank you!
jrflanaganAsked:
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Tony BarkdullCommented:
Try this

=CONCATENATE("A",A1) where A1 is where the user enters the number
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jrflanaganAuthor Commented:
The user will be inputting the value in a userform.....so the value will be stored in sometihng like TextBox1.Value

How can i reference that value?
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wchhCommented:
Try code below:
Dim mRow As Long
    Dim mColumn As Long
    Dim mValue As String
    mColumn = ActiveCell.Column
    If IsNumeric(Me.TextBox1.Text) Then
        mRow = Me.TextBox1.Text
        mValue = Me.TextBox2.Text
        Rows(mRow).Columns(mColumn).Value = mValue
    End If

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wchhCommented:
or

If IsNumeric(Me.TextBox1.Text) Then
   Range("A" & Me.TextBox1.Text).Value = mValue
End If

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jrflanaganAuthor Commented:
That did it, thank you!
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