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Is the 4 in the code below looking at a column?

If r(1, 1).Offset(0, 4) = 0
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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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Yes
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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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It is the fourth column to the right of

r(1, 1)
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So it is looking at column D?
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It is the fourth column to the right of

r(1, 1)

if r(1, 1) is one cell the offset will return the fourth cell to the right of r(1, 1)

if r(1, 1) is more than one cell the offset will return the same size four cells to the right of the first cell in r(1, 1).
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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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If the r(1,1) is in column A then the result will be in column E (four cells to the right)
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