search and delete using VBA

Mav93

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Hi everybody!!!!!!!

I was wondering if it is possible to search for a word or phrase in a range of cells and delete the word as need. I'm not sure how the code would go but I would like to use a check box if possible

Private Sub CheckBox8_change()
If CheckBox8.Value = False Then
find "parapet" in A1 - A12 and delete

End If
End Sub

I'm sorry about the incorect code

thanks in advance for any help it's really appreciated
 

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You can use "Find and Replace" to delete from an area. Highlight the area you want to delete the word/phrase from. Enter it into the "Find what" leaving "Replace with" blank. Hit Find all to check what will be deleted and replace all to delete the word.
 
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