If you need to refer to the first cell (top, left cell) in a range there is an easy way to do it.
Let’s say you only want to change a single cell, the first cell in the selected range.
Maybe the user is only supposed to select a single cell, so you will only change one cell.
Even if the user has selected a large range you only want to handle the first cell in the top left corner of the range.
To refer to the first cell in the selected range you can use the statement.
That’s it – easy.
If you want to make it bold use
Selection (1).Font.Bold = True
This assumes that the user has selected a range, so you might want to read my next post which handles identifying ranges.