Testing objects

andyh69uk

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Does anyone know how to test if a range has been set, eg

Dim newRange as Range
.....some code......possibly including set newRange = etc.
If IsSet(newRange).
Somthing to replace this non-existent method.

I have tried =nothing but it thinks i am trying to set the range to nothing, I have also tried isNull, isEmpty but no joy

Any ideas??
 

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