VBA Clearing Cell Contents if Multiple conditions are not me

uperrwg

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Hello,
I'm trying to create a macro that will clear contents of cells if they do not meet multiple criteria.
For example,
Say column N is filled with various letters of the alphabet - 1 letter to each cell. I need help with a macro that would clear the contents of the cell if it is not equal to A, B, C or D. Note that column N would also have a header that should NOT be deleted.
Thank you.
 

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I just wrote this macro in another post.

Code:
Sub ClearCells()

For y = 14 To 14 Step 1 'CHANGE THIS FOR COLUMNS
    For x = Cells(Rows.count, y).End(xlUp) To 2 Step -1
        Select Case Cells(x, y).value
            Case "A", "B", "C", "D"
                'Cells(x, y).Clear
            Case Else
                Cell(x, y).Clear
        End Select
    Next x


End Sub
 
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I'm getting a Run-time error '13': Type mismatch error on line 3: For x = Cells(Rows.Count, y).End(xlUp) To 2 Step -1 (P.S. I modified the cases a bit)

Sub ClearCells()
For y = 14 To 14 Step 1 'CHANGE THIS FOR COLUMNS
For x = Cells(Rows.Count, y).End(xlUp) To 2 Step -1
Select Case Cells(x, y).Value
Case "Associate", "Associate Counsel", "Attorney", "Consultant", "Contract Attorney", "Counsel", "Director", "Employee", "Hiring Partner", "IP Counsel", "Junior Partner", "Law Professor", "Legal Support", "Managing Partner", "Marketing Partner", "Member", "Of Counsel", "Officer", "Other", "Partner", "Principal", "Retired Partner", "Senior Associate", "Senior Attorney", "Senior Counsel", "Senior Partner", "Shareholder", "Solicitor", "Special Counsel", "Staff Attorney", ""
'Cells(x, y).Clear
Case Else
Cells(x, y).Clear
End Select
Next x
Next y

End Sub
 
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I see you caught my other errors in excluding a next statement. I'm not sure why you're getting that error. It should return a long, and x is declared as a variant (because it isn't declared). How many cell are in column N?
 
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Cells in column N will fluctuate. Could sometimes be 10 cells while other times it could be 1000 cells.
 
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Hi - just want to follow up to see if there's anything that can be done for this case. Thanks for your help!
 
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