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How to set all variables to nothing

How to set all variables to nothing

How to set all variables to nothing

(OP)
I have some 60 variables. I dont want to have to set each one back to nothing one at a time once they have been populated.
Is there as easier way?
thanks
smiler44

RE: How to set all variables to nothing

Code a function to initialize all variables. Then call the function any time you need to do that.

Skip,

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

RE: How to set all variables to nothing

(OP)
Skip,
not sure I know how to do what your saying because I'm lost with functions but ....
if a write a sub routine that sets all my variables to nothing and then call it each time I want to set them to nothing.

is that it? that is not a lot of work and will help me as there are one or two I may not want to set to nothing.

simple idea, I did not think of it.

thank you

smiler44

RE: How to set all variables to nothing

You got it!

Skip,

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

RE: How to set all variables to nothing

(OP)
Skip thank you. Already done and it works a treat.

smiler44

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