Vba: Msgbox When Value In Cell Is Value Or N/a
I have a formulae in cell C1 (looks up A1, B1). I want to have a msgbox come up when the value in cell C1 is either #VALUE! / #N/A / any other error. So: if error.type in (1 - 7), want error box. Else if error.type = #N/A, no error box!
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