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    How to find the largest value in column T then paste into Cell

    Hello All,
    I'm looking for the code how to find the largest value in column T then paste that value into Cell "T14".
    Let says:

    T15 = 5 DAYS
    T16 = 5 DAYS
    T17 = 7 DAYS
    T18 = 3 DAYs
    T19 = 12 DAYS
    T & Last Row

    Then copy 12 DAYS to Cell "T14".

    Regards,
    tt3
    Last edited by tuongtu3; 12-29-2012 at 06:29 PM. Reason: Solved

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    Re: How to find the largest value in column T then paste into Cell

    Hi,

    If each cells contains both a number and the word 'DAYS' then the simplest approach would be to create a helper column (say column U) which contains only the number and in T14 enter =MAX(U:U). U15 copied down would contain the formula =VALUE(LEFT(T15,LEN(T15)-5))
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    Re: How to find the largest value in column T then paste into Cell

    In Vba something like.
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    Kind regards, Harry.

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    Re: How to find the largest value in column T then paste into Cell

    @Richard Buttrey: Thank you for your information.
    @Harry: The code works.

    Thank you very much for your time and help.

    Regards,
    tt3

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