VBA Reducing IF functions

vanik16

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Joined
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Office Version
  1. 365
  2. 2019
Platform
  1. Windows
Hi,

I have a VBA code set up to import and copy excel files onto a master sheet.

The VBA code also checks if the value in the "C" column (Text3) contains a specific location, and if it does the "B" column (Text2) changes accordingly.

It currently works fine with the code below, however, there are hundreds of possible locations, and the VBA code would have to contain IF functions separately for each one.

I've tried playing around with some INDEX/MATCH VBA code, but to no success. A table of the corresponding Locations and respective codes can be used on a separate sheet.

Any advice to reducing the code?

Thanks in advance!

VBA Code:
            With wb.Sheets(1)

                Text1 = .Cells(1, 1).Value         
                Text2 = .Cells(1, 2).Value            
                Text3 = .Cells(1, 3).Value                                 
                Text3a = UCase(Mid(Text3, InStr(Text3, " ") + 1, 5))        '5 characters following the first <Space> in the field
                  
            End With         
          
            ThisWorkbook.Activate
        
                    If "LOCATION1" = Text3a Then
                        Text2 = "123"
                    Else
                    End If

                    If "LOCATION2" = Text3a Then
                        Text2 = "456"
                    Else
                    End If

                    If "LOCATION3" = Text3a Then
                        Text2 = "789"
                    Else
                    End If

            .Cells(NewTempRow, 1) = Text1
            .Cells(NewTempRow, 2) = Text2
            .Cells(NewTempRow, 3) = Text3
          
            NewTempRow = NewTempRow + 1

End Sub
 

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Fluff

MrExcel MVP, Moderator
Joined
Jun 12, 2014
Messages
65,728
Office Version
  1. 365
Platform
  1. Windows
Hi & welcome to MrExcel.
You could use range.find on a separate sheet like
VBA Code:
            Dim Fnd As Range
            With ThisWorkbook.Sheets("List")
               Set Fnd = .Range("A:A").Find(text3a, , , xlWhole, , , False, , False)
               If Not Fnd Is Nothing Then
                  text2 = Fnd.Offset(, 1).Value
               End If
            End With
 

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