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Hi,

Can anybody tell me how to do this..

I have a excel sheet.I need to search a column and get the unique values of the column into an array..

After getting them into the array...i have to display the values of the array in msgbox and then i have to search inside the array if 192.168.1.1 is found or not..if it is found i have to remove it from the array...

Can anybody help me..

Regards
Hari
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Well i would use ado to select the distinct values from the excel ss and then loop through the recordset to see if the ip is there
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Well you could do this 2 ways, pure coding or a hybrid.

Use the Advanced filter and you can copy your range of data to a new location with "unique" records selected and then use VBA to creat an array of those items.

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try this link: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Applications/MS_Office/Excel/Q_20800399.html?query=unique+array&searchType=topic

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