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    Search Macro Needed

    Hello again,

    I have an excel file with 3 sheets, in each sheet under Column A I have a 5 to 7 digit number. I would like to set up a macro to copy data from sheet 3, A1 then search all of column A in both sheet 1 and sheet 2. If the number is found I would like some way of marking it, I assume highlighting it would be easiest. I would like this to continue for Sheet 3, A2 with a loop of some sort. That's the basics of it

    I've tried recording a macro but getting the paste value to land in the "Selection.Find(What:=" is proving to be beyond my skill set and I am sure there is an easier way to go about this.




    Thanks in advance to you all, this forum has saved me countless hours in the past.
    Last edited by O0J0E; 05-16-2012 at 09:05 AM.

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    Re: Macro Needed, Copy data from Sheet 3 then search for in Sheets 1 and 2

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