I have created a table (using Format as Table). Then I can use Write Cell to put in a formula that uses the column names (e.g., What to Write =[@[PRICE]] * [@[QTY]]). It’s much easier to understand using structure references and also good when I’m not sure the number of rows or the column letter.
When I’m in Excel, if I want to refer to the cells in a column of that table, I can use a structure reference (e.g., [TOTAL]). How can I refer to the cells like that in UiPath StudioX? Currently, I have to use cell referencing in StudioX. For example, in the Copy/Paste Range activity, I want to refer to column names in the Source and Destination. The Advanced Editor looks like this SalesData.Sheet(“Sales”).Range(“E2:E3269”)). How can I tell it to use a structure reference?
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