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Define Excel Range from Access VBA

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Hello Experts,

How can I define an Excel range from Access module, also  using Cells(introw, inCol)?
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Question by:APD Toronto
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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what exactly do you mean?
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by:APD Toronto
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Well. I need to change the enterior color of a range and I worry if I do it cell by cell t will take too long to process.
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with xlobj
       .range("a2:d10").select
       
end with

or this

with xlobj
       .range("a2:" & chr(64 + intCol) & intRow).select
       
end with
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