IF Formula: Check If “F13” Cell Is "+" If Not Do Calculation (F13-E13) And Stop
Apr 16, 2009
I have a IF formula that check if “F13” cell is "+" if not do calculation (F13-E13) and stop, if yes go to the previous line and check if the “F12” is "+" if not do calculation (F12-E12) and stop, if yes continuo to the previous cell and so on until you find cell without “+”
The EXCEL IF formula is
=IF(F13="+",IF(F12="+",IF(F11="+",IF(F10="+",IF(F9="+",IF(F8="+",E8-F8),F9-E9),F10-E10),F11-E11),F12-E12),F13-E13). I'm looking for VBA code with FOR to run and do the same without the limitation of 7 if inside if.
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Private Sub Workbook_Activate() With Application .Calculation = xlManual .MaxChange = 0.001 .CalculateBeforeSave = False End With End Sub
Private Sub Workbook_Deactivate() With Application .Calculation = xlAutomatic .MaxChange = 0.001 End With End Sub
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Code: Sub Tester()
Dim WB As Workbook Dim WS As Worksheets Dim modCounter As Long Dim Cell As Range
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