Data Validation Problem

MDTyKe

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Feb 19, 2004
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Heya, I have another problem.

I have setup data validation in a cell so that the value entered must be located in the range =Reference_Number. However, when I am using macros for this instead, instead of typing it in that is.. it seems to overwrite the data validation.#

Know any way that I can ensure this.. or do I have to put a check as part of the macro?

Thanks in advance


Matt
 

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PaddyD

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".. or do I have to put a check as part of the macro?"

Yes.
 
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