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Figure 6-2. The ActiveCell property lets you make changes to the active cell without writing a
specific cell or range reference.
It is important to remember that the value of the ActiveCell property is different from the
value of the Selection property. A Selection can return a range of multiple cells, but only one
cell within the selection can be the active cell. When you look at a worksheet where more than
one cell is selected, the active cell is the cell with the border around it and no highlight; the
other cells in the selection are highlighted. (The default highlight color is a grayish blue.)
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