Easy VBA Loop Through Variables Looking for Boolean Flag

barrymoe

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Hi All,

I'm attempting to write a code that looks through a potential of 50 different Boolean variables and creates a new variable "YES" if at least one is flagged yes.

I am extremely new to VBA and just know basic loops. Any help would be appreciated.

Thank!
 

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theBardd

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No loop needed, simple but long OR test

Code:
    bNew = b1 Or b2 Or b3 Or … b40 Or b50
 

DanteAmor

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Office Version
  1. 2007
Platform
  1. Windows
You have the variables referenced in cells or how you fill the variables.
It can also be:
Code:
vYes = a = b = c = etc
 

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