Sorry that was my fault. “L12” should have been the Column name instead.
So basically it is datatable.Rows(rowindex).Item(columnindex).ToString
If you use “Add Headers” in the properties of your Read Range you can use the column names found on the spreadsheet. However, that is only if your spreadsheet has column names. Otherwise, you need to use a numeric value that represents that column, like 0 for A, 1 for B, 2 for C, and so on.
^that will return the first row and first column
^that will return the first row and second column
^that will return the first row and the column with header “Valor” assuming you have a Valor column header
Hopefully that made more sense.