fleetstatusdetail

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    AutoFilter xlOr Operator w/ MORE than 2 criteria

    So I'm aware of the xlOr operator to specify up to two unique criteria to be identified and filtered: Worksheets(MainSheet).ListObjects("FleetStatusDetail").Range.AutoFilter Field:=ReturnHeaderIndex(ThisWorkbook.Name, MainSheet, "FleetStatusDetail", "Hold Codes"), Criteria1:="=*B*"...
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    Testing the existence of a table, and if nothing, creating the table

    Alright, so I've got a bit of an odd outcome from this bit of code... It works, but only under specific circumstances. If I run the code on a fresh file (where the table "FleetStatusDetail" doesn't exist and HAS NEVER EXISTED) I get a Runtime Error 438. HOWEVER, if I comment out the IF...
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