VBA Help

keyboard1960

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Using VBA, how can I evaluate a cell for a value that contains a formula? Example(IF(I2=I3,IF(J2=J3,"",D2),"") returns a conditional value. My macro cannot distingush between the value and the formula. Help!
 

Excel Facts

Select all contiguous cells
Pressing Ctrl+* (asterisk) will select the "current region" - all contiguous cells in all directions.
Check out the HasFormula property.
Here is a sample

<pre>
If ActiveCell.HasFormula = True Then MsgBox "Active Cell is a formula"
</pre>
 
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