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VS 2005 Tools for Office Find error

Posted on 2007-11-14
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I am getting an error on xlNext in the following code
rFound = oWb.Range(Detail).Find(oWhat, rngFoundInst, oLookin, oLookat, oSearchOrder, xlNext, False, False)
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by:Wayne Taylor (webtubbs)
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What's the error? I can see a number of things that could be the problem, but then again, they may not.
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by:Murray Brown
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xlNext not declared
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Try either of these....

rFound = oWb.Range(Detail).Find(oWhat, rngFoundInst, oLookin, oLookat, oSearchOrder, Excel.XlSearchDirection.xlNext, False, False)

rFound = oWb.Range(Detail).Find(oWhat, rngFoundInst, oLookin, oLookat, oSearchOrder, 1, False, False)
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