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lameid (Programmer)
6 Apr 12 17:17
I am automating Excel and the Excel Applciation is not visible.

XLRange is an Excel Range object.  "|hash|"  does not always occur which produces a message that I would rather surpress...  "Microsoft Excel Cannot find any data to replace.  Check if you search formatting and criteria are defined correctly. If you are sure that matching data exists in this workbook, it may be on a protected sheet. Excel cannot replace data on a protected worksheet."

CODE

XLRange.Replace What:="|hash|", Replacement:="#", LookAt:=xlPart, _
            SearchOrder:=xlByRows, MatchCase:=False, SearchFormat:=False, _
            ReplaceFormat:=False

What if anything can I do to surpress the message?

Thanks.
SkipVought (Programmer)
6 Apr 12 17:57


hi,

FIRST do a Find, like...

CODE

dim rFound as range

set rFound = XLRange.Find("|hash|")

if not rFound is nothing then
  'now do your replace
end if
 

Skip,

glassesJust traded in my old subtlety...
for a NUANCE!tongue

Helpful Member!  PHV (MIS)
6 Apr 12 18:07
a message that I would rather surpress
Did you try to set the DisplayAlerts property to False ?

Hope This Helps, PH.
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lameid (Programmer)
9 Apr 12 10:19
I am not that familar with the Excel Object models...  I suspected there was a way to turn off messages.  Thanks PHV!
lameid (Programmer)
9 Apr 12 17:10
Can I get you guys to take a peek over at another Excel automation issue I am having out of the same procedure?

thread705-1680024: Orphaned Excel.Exe Process....
 
lameid (Programmer)
9 Apr 12 17:46
I did figure out the second issue or the linked thread above.

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