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macro to clear contents of two ranges if cell is blank

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    macro to clear contents of two ranges if cell is blank

    I'd like to have a macro that would look in column AOT (beginning at row 5), and for whatever cell in this column is blank, the ranges of AJI:AOJ and AOO:AOS for that particular row would have their contents cleared.

    For example, if AOT5 is blank, then AJI5:AOJ5 and AOO5:AOS5 would have their contents cleared. And this would happen down to row 500.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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    Re: macro to clear contents of two ranges if cell is blank

    Hello fisher-price,

    Welcome to the Forum!

    This macro checks the cells in the range "AOT5:AOT500". If any cell is blank, it will clear cells "AJIx:AOJx" and "AOOx:AOSx" in row x where x is the row of the cell that is blank.
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    Adding the Macro (Excel 95 - 2003)
    1. Copy the macro above pressing the keys CTRL+C
    2. Open your workbook
    3. Press the keys ALT+F11 to open the Visual Basic Editor
    4. Press the keys ALT+I to activate the Insert menu
    5. Press M to insert a Standard Module
    6. Paste the code by pressing the keys CTRL+V
    7. Make any custom changes to the macro if needed at this time.
    8. Save the Macro by pressing the keys CTRL+S
    9. Press the keys ALT+Q to exit the Editor, and return to Excel.

    To Run the Macro...
    To run the macro from Excel, open the workbook, and press ALT+F8 to display the Run Macro Dialog. Double Click

    the macro's name to Run it.
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