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visual basic in excel.

visual basic in excel.

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is it possible to set up a visual basic program to search through an excel spreadsheet.  The spreadsheet has multiple sheets and so i would like to be able to search throught the entire excel workbook.

RE: visual basic in excel.


Hi and welcome to Tek-Tips. First read carefully FAQ222-2244: How to get the best answers to see how these forums work. The repost this in forum707: VBA Visual Basic for Applications (Microsoft) if you are using VBA, forum222: Visual Basic(Microsoft): Version 5 & 6 if you are using VB6 or forum796: Visual Basic(Microsoft) -VB.NET/VB2005 if you are using VB.NET or later versions.

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