Excel with VBA

Hello,
With a line as such; startDay = Sheets(inputTab).Cells(31, bCol)  
I would like to know where in msdn to find a description for .cells, i.e., https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee441279(v=office.12).aspx
I searched for Sheets, but did not quite find the Sheets().cells method.
Thanks
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
Just in case it's not clear from those articles the Cells property is really very simple. It's

Cells(RowNumber, ColumnNumber)

so in your example it's looking at row 31 and the value of bCol is the column.

You can use a variable to refer to either the row or the column (as you did) but if the column is fixed (say always G)  then rather than saying Cells(31, 7), a nice self-documenting way is Cells(31, "G").
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