Referring to Cells by Using Shortcut Notation [Excel 2003 VBA Language Reference]

You can use either the A1 reference style or a named range within brackets as a shortcut for the Range property. You don't have to type the word "Range" or use quotation marks, as shown in the following examples.

Sub ClearRange()
End Sub

Sub SetValue()
    [MyRange].Value = 30
End Sub

See Also | Referring to Cells by Using a Range Object | Referring to Cells Relative to Other Cells | Referring to Named Ranges