VBA 'If' statement with wildcard

Rags

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Hi

How do you put a wildcard in an 'If' statement in VBA? Similar to this:

Meaning If the cell contains 'Capital'

Code:
If Cells(C, 3) = "*Capital*" Then.......

Thanks

Rags
 

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Rags

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Thanks very much Andrew. Works perfectly and will be most useful :)
 

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