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I want to code cell.find when the value will change?!?!?

I want to code cell.find when the value will change?!?!?

I want to code cell.find when the value will change?!?!?

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I'm using Excel97 and am trying to write a macro to find a value within a column based upon the text in another cell.  Does this make sense?  I've copied the value I want from original document into this spreadsheet.  I want to do a search on a column to find the value in say Range("ar1") and add data to that particular row.  

I've been successful in all of this except for coding the cell.find.  It won't allow me to say Range("AR1").text.

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance,

Bsimm

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RE: I want to code cell.find when the value will change?!?!?

By the sounds of it, you may want to look into the VLOOKUP function.

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