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Specifying Individual Cells with the Cells Property
 Sub UsingCells()      Dim rg As Range      Dim nRow As Integer      Dim nColumn As Integer      Dim ws As Worksheet      Set ws = ThisWorkbook.Worksheets(1)      For nRow = 1 To 10          For nColumn = 1 To 10              Set rg = ws.Cells(nRow, nColumn)              rg.Value = rg.Address          Next      Next       Set rg = Nothing      Set ws = Nothing  End Sub
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