Code to stop macro

mike.schultz

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If I'm running a if statement in a sub macro of a macro, how can i end it with exiting the sub macro?
 

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hedrijw

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You can use the Stop statement, i.e.

If [A1] = "" Then
Stop
End If

You can also use the debugger to set breakpoints
 

Haluk

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On 2002-10-29 13:58, mike.schultz wrote:
If I'm running a if statement in a sub macro of a macro, how can i end it with exiting the sub macro?

You can use a GoTo statement.
 

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