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    Skip the blank cells

    Hello everyone,

    I've built a worksheet that stores a lot of information, description about itens mostly but because it has hundred of items, it also has a lot of blank description cells.

    It something like:


    IPAD: | Wi-fi |64gb | 1234g |Blank |Blank |Blank |Blank |Blank |Blank |Blank | Power Cable |



    So, in another sheet I have some PROCV that search for the items (including the blank cells) and a macro that delete blank cells, so I can print it all in one page.

    But as time goes by the amount of information is getting huge and the macro is starting to crash a little...


    So, does anyone know a way to search for those items ignoring the blank cells?



    Thanks in advance for the help;

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    Re: Skip the blank cells

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