# Return a worksheet column letter (ranging from A to XFD) for the value contained in cell A1. : ADDRESS « Lookup Reference functions « Microsoft Office Excel 2007 Tutorial

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19.1.7.Return a worksheet column letter (ranging from A to XFD) for the value contained in cell A1.
 `Input the formula: =LEFT(ADDRESS(1,A1,4),FIND(1,ADDRESS(1,A1,4))-1)`
 19.1.ADDRESS 19.1.1. ADDRESS(row_num,column_num,abs_num,a1,sheet_text) returns a reference as text to a single cell in a worksheet 19.1.2. =ADDRESS(2,3) returns Absolute reference 19.1.3. =ADDRESS(2,3,2) return absolute row; relative column 19.1.4. =ADDRESS(2,3,2,FALSE) return absolute row; relative column in R1C1 reference style 19.1.5. =ADDRESS(2,3,1,FALSE,"[Book1]Sheet1") return absolute reference to another workbook and worksheet 19.1.6. =ADDRESS(2,3,1,FALSE,"EXCEL SHEET") return absolute reference to another worksheet 19.1.7. Return a worksheet column letter (ranging from A to XFD) for the value contained in cell A1.