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Excel Macro Format Problem

Excel Macro Format Problem

Excel Macro Format Problem

(OP)
I have the following in a macro:

    For i = 1 To endRow
        PN = ActiveCell.Value
        EC1 = ActiveCell.Offset(0, 1).Value
        If EC1 = "" Then GoTo Next_PN
        
        For j = 3 To Worksheets.Count
            Sheets(j).Activate
            Range("B4").Activate
            ACV = ActiveCell.Value
            If ACV = PN Then
               ActiveCell.Offset(0, 16).Value = EC1

My If check never finds a match because PN=1234 and ACV="1234".  Originally PN was formatted general and ACV as text.  I reformatted ACV as general but I still don't get a match. How do I fix this?  

RE: Excel Macro Format Problem

Hello,

Instead of = try Like

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Hope this helps.
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maybe only a drafter
but the best user at this company!

RE: Excel Macro Format Problem

(OP)
That worked perfectly.  Thanks.

RE: Excel Macro Format Problem

fyi...

it appears that the vba code sees PN as a number and ACV as text, regardless of formatted type. while the "like" comparason may suffice the needs, the cell function =value(B4) converts text to a numeric value. hence, the comparason can be made with like data (i.e. comparing numbers).

good luck!
-pmover

RE: Excel Macro Format Problem

(OP)
That would be best but each of 7 suppliers has 20+ part numbers each on their own worksheet.  I have the files shared for multiple users and I don't fancy missing the season premier of Smallville tonight to do it when no one is around.

Apparently the guy who started these files formatted everything in the top x lines as text.  Had he left them as general I think everything would have worked.

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