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Name.RefersToRange Property

Office 2007
Returns the Range object referred to by a Name object. Read-only.



expression   A variable that represents a Name object.


If the Name object doesn't refer to a range (for example, if it refers to a constant or a formula), this property fails.

To change the range that a name refers to, use the RefersTo property.


This example displays the number of rows and columns in the print area on the active worksheet.

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Ensure that you establish a print area on the active sheet of the current workbook.
Visual Basic for Applications
p = Sheets(ActiveSheet.Name).Names("Print_Area").RefersToRange.Value
MsgBox "Print_Area: " & UBound(p, 1) & " rows, " & _
    UBound(p, 2) & " columns"