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    If cell in row is greater than cell in another row, then cannot preform macro?

    Hello!

    I have been trying to add a contingency to the top of my macro that makes it so if the value in column F is greater than the value in the same row in column G, then it comes up with a message box and exits the sub.
    From research on the internet, here is what I have right now:

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    It still won't run properly though. Any suggestions?

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    Re: If cell in row is greater than cell in another row, then cannot preform macro?

    I assume that this is running in a Worksheet_Change() event handler. Try it something like this:

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    Re: If cell in row is greater than cell in another row, then cannot preform macro?

    Hello! That came back with the error: "Object required" for
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    Re: If cell in row is greater than cell in another row, then cannot preform macro?

    Here is the example workbook I am using
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    Re: If cell in row is greater than cell in another row, then cannot preform macro?

    Ah. OK. Try it like this then:

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    Re: If cell in row is greater than cell in another row, then cannot preform macro?

    That worked perfectly. Thank you!

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