The best workaround I have found so far is:
but ideally I would like to be able to simply write, e.g.:
So, does anyone know: is there a syntax for specifying a whole sheet as a range?
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I've created a small Google Apps Script (GAS) snippet, to do the work for you.
In the spreadsheet menu, select Tools>Script editor, and add the code. Make sure to press the bug button:
I've created an example file you you: Sheet as Range
In this case, there are two ways to determine a range in a spreadsheet via GAS:
I don't know a specific one, but I think you can use some formulae if you don't know the number of rows/columns:
Assuming you know the number of rows, you can name the entire sheet as "worksheet_name":
Now every time you use "worksheet_name" in a function, it will reference the entire worksheet.