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    Skip/Do not run Macro on the cell if empty/blank

    Hello,

    I have macro; but I get an error when some of the cells are empty. I need to add coding so that it skips if there is no data in the cells or not to run the macro on empty cells.

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    Can anyone kindly advise. Thank you for your help

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    Re: Skip/Do not run Macro on the cell if empty/blank

    Either use IF to test the cell(s) before issuing the GoalSeek function, or use "On Error Resume Next" before you start and "On Error GoTo 0" at the end of your code.


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    Re: Skip/Do not run Macro on the cell if empty/blank

    Thanks a bunch. It worked wonderfully.

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    Re: Skip/Do not run Macro on the cell if empty/blank

    You're welcome.


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