hide and unhide rows - based on one cell value

cacahuatitaCH

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Office Version
  1. 365
Platform
  1. Windows
I am trying to make a code that will:
  • Check if value on B2 is "Cup" or "Glass"
  • Check if a specific set of rows is hidden (based on the value of B2)
  • Hide the set of rows if it is hidden
  • Unhide the set of rows if it is hidden
but all I have is the code to hide the rows... I've been trying to make it happen, based on IFs, but I haven't slept enough

I would be eternally grateful if someone would help out. I understand I am asking for basically the whole thing, but I have erased so many attempts I lost hope.

VBA Code:
'[I]Cup[/I]
    Rows("64:83,103:120,121:124,147:172,173:178,179:181,217:242,243:248,249:251,286:317,318:327,328:330,394:412,413:415,439:464,465:468,500:524,525:528,529:531,563:584,585:588,615:635,636:638,663:686").Select
    Selection.EntireRow.Hidden = True

'[I]Glass[/I]
    Rows("84:102,125:142,143:146,182:207,208:213,214:216,252:276,277:282,283:285,331:365,366:371,372:375,416:435,436:438,469:495,496:499,532:555,556:559,560:562,589:610,611:614,639:659,660:662,687:707").Select
    Selection.EntireRow.Hidden = True
 

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Dossfm0q

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VBA Code:
Public Sub HdUHd()
    Cells.EntireRow.Hidden = False
    If [B2] = "Cup" Or Range("B2") = "Glass" Then
    Range("64:83,103:120,121:124,147:172,173:178,179:181,217:242,243:248,249:251,286:317,318:327,328:330,394:412,413:415,439:464,465:468,500:524,525:528,529:531,563:584,585:588,615:635,636:638,663:686").EntireRow.Hidden = True
    Range("84:102,125:142,143:146,182:207,208:213,214:216,252:276,277:282,283:285,331:365,366:371,372:375,416:435,436:438,469:495,496:499,532:555,556:559,560:562,589:610,611:614,639:659,660:662,687:707").EntireRow.Hidden = True
    Else
    Range("64:83,103:120,121:124,147:172,173:178,179:181,217:242,243:248,249:251,286:317,318:327,328:330,394:412,413:415,439:464,465:468,500:524,525:528,529:531,563:584,585:588,615:635,636:638,663:686").EntireRow.Hidden = False
    Range("84:102,125:142,143:146,182:207,208:213,214:216,252:276,277:282,283:285,331:365,366:371,372:375,416:435,436:438,469:495,496:499,532:555,556:559,560:562,589:610,611:614,639:659,660:662,687:707").EntireRow.Hidden = False
    End If
End Sub
 

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