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Fluff

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I wrote this macro, but it's looking in the wrong column. How do I change it?
 

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I like to ask an OP to pretend I'm blind when in reality, behind this PC screen is just a poor boy from a poor family who struggles to lick their own elbows (due to it being physically impossible*) before JD kicks in.

If there's a reply without much illumination or detail, then it's either repeating the same question including the words "Please be precise" (but their response is the same as if I'd suggested drying their hair underwater i.e. it's just ignored) or it's guessing what they actually want (opposed to think they want) and posting some (usually untested) code with the word "Try"

Sometimes, when feeling benevolent, I'll include "back up your work first", you know, being helpful and all that.. but when I don't, a small part of me crosses my fingers and waits for the "YOU messed my work up with your macro!" Sometimes I worry I have an affinity to Loki and what he represents, but then I read their post again and smile :)

* You just tried didn't you. Go stand infront of the mirror, try again and then have serious words with yourself in the corner. Face the wall!
 

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@Fluff by increasing the velocity of your face to the PC monitor?
 
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Fluff

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Hence they DIDN'T write the macro. They stole it from somewhere :)
Yup, the last time I saw that it looked like something MickG created.
 

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Which is why smashing their face into the PC monitor will help it work!
 

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Can you suggest some code for that? :p
 

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Rich (BB code):
sub hydrateepicondyle
dim wettness as long
if wettness = 0 then
'make wet
hydrate = 1
else
'make it even wetter
hydrate = 1000
endif
end sub

 
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Thanks.. where do I put that in my workbook? And what does Sub mean? :p
 

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