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Basic VBA help

Basic VBA help

Basic VBA help

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I'm trying to automate our price qoute sheet with a form i made with formfields in microsoft word.  I have little experience with VBA and only in reference to excel. The form fields are within a three column eight row table with one form field in each cell. I would like a code that detects whether a form field Total7 is empty and if so deletes that entire row (row 8) from the table.  It has been awhile sense i've done anything like this so any help would be great.

Thanks
Rory

RE: Basic VBA help

try this:

Sub DeleteEmptyRows(DeleteRange As Range)
' Deletes all empty rows in DeleteRange
' Example: DeleteEmptyRows Selection
' Example: DeleteEmptyRows Range("A1:D100")
Dim rCount As Long, r As Long
    If DeleteRange Is Nothing Then Exit Sub
    If DeleteRange.Areas.Count > 1 Then Exit Sub
    With DeleteRange
        rCount = .Rows.Count
        For r = rCount To 1 Step -1
            If Application.CountA(.Rows(r)) = 0 Then
                .Rows(r).EntireRow.Delete
            End If
        Next r
    End With
End Sub

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