add vba code to existing command button code so it will delete only the shapes in a certain range

slivesay

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I have a simple vba code linked to a command button to clear a range of cells. I would like to add come coding to this to delete a certain shape in the same range of cells.

The shape is a: msoAutoShape

code:

Range("A4:S360").Select
Selection.SpecialCells(xlConstants).ClearContents
Range("A4").Select

I have formulas in this range, so that is why I'm using the this particular coding.

Any help would be most apprecaited!!!!
 

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It is related to Shape type

You will get the idea from this

 

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