in vba how to represent a Column Letter with varaible and cell

vba: I need to understand how to put a variable(column letter) with a cell number.

I have code that assigns  variable  mRangeName  to a Column Letter  (in this case G)

This variable changes with every workbook, so in the vba code below. I need to know how to represent the changing Column Letter ?

This part in the code below:
With wks.Range(wks.[A2]

how to represent  [A2]  WITH mRangeName and the numeric 2
With wks.Range(wks.[mRangeName & 2]   <--------------------------------- ??????????????????

Public Sub FillColBlanks()
'fill blank cells in column 'mRangeName' with "No Data" above
Dim wks As Worksheet

Set wks = ActiveSheet
On Error Resume Next
With wks.Range(wks.[A2], wks.Cells(65536, 1).End(xlUp))
    .SpecialCells(xlCellTypeBlanks).value = "NoData"
End With

End Sub

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NorieAnalyst Assistant Commented:
Not really clear what you want to do but have you considered using Cells instead of Range?

With Cells you can use either the column number or letter.
Michael FowlerSolutions ConsultantCommented:
You could use Cells and make mRangeName a number eg

Cells(2, mRangeName)

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or you could build a string with the Range function where mRangeName is the column letter eg

Range(mRangeName & 2)

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FordraidersAuthor Commented:
Thanks, ending up using the range example by michael,.
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