Quickly learn how to use the VBA FIND Function. What parameters are required. How to look for partial matches or for complete matches (whole word). Also if VBA should search in the cells, formulas or comments. I also show you how to handle cases if VBA FIND doesn’t find a value. So in cases where your text or value is not found.
You’ll want to account for this, because in case your text or value is not found, you’ll get a VBA error. In order to avoid the error, you can use the VBA IF statement. This ensures that if a value is not found, you will not end up with an error, instead you can decide what you’d like to do (in the video I’ll show you how to create a custom message box, informing the user that the value was not found).
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