Deselect a cell in a selected range using VBA

mantis_sg

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Nov 16, 2005
Messages
126
Was hoping for something along theses lines, though the Cells.Deselct throws up a runtime error

Code:
For Each Cell In Selection
      If Cell.Font.ColorIndex = 5 Then
         Cell.Deselect
      End If
Next Cell
 

GlennUK

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Joined
Jul 8, 2002
Messages
11,540
Change
Code:
Set rRange3 = Range(Cells(3, ValColLet))
to
Code:
Set rRange3 = Cells(3, Me.ValColLet.Value)
 

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mantis_sg

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Messages
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I'm scrapping it completely, we're gonna change all the necissary order values to purely numbers for this spreadsheet, should make it easier to code and a lot more stable, thanks for the help anyway
 

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