Find Exact Number with Excel VBA

jcoat

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So I'm doing a simple search replace

Code:
anode = 123
With Range(Columns(5), Columns(5))
     Set C = .Find(What:=anode, SearchFormat:=False)
     C.Value = newvalue
End With

How do I set my find so that I only return cells valued "123" not "1123" or "1239"?

Thanks
 

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