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How do I get a macro to do nothing if column is blank?

Posted on 2008-10-02
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I have a macro to convert numbers with decimal places in column A to whole integers.  I want the macro, if ran, to do nothing if column A contains no data.  This macro is ran when a custom button in the Standard toolbar is clicked.
Public Sub RPM_to_MSProject()
 
   Dim Cell As Range
 
   For Each Cell In Intersect(ActiveSheet.[A3:A65536], ActiveSheet.UsedRange)
 
      Cell = Int(Len(Cell) / 2.1)
 
   Next Cell
 
End Sub

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Question by:szadroga
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Dave Brett earned 1000 total points
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something like this

Cheers

Dave

Public Sub RPM_to_MSProject()
   Dim Cell As Range
   If Application.WorksheetFunction.CountA(Columns("A")) = 0 Then Exit Sub
   For Each Cell In Intersect(ActiveSheet.[A3:A65536], ActiveSheet.UsedRange)
      Cell = Int(Len(Cell) / 2.1)
   Next Cell
End Sub

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by:Saurabh Singh Teotia
Saurabh Singh Teotia earned 1000 total points
ID: 22624785
Or something like this....

Saurabh...
Public Sub RPM_to_MSProject()
 
   Dim Cell As Range
 
   For Each Cell In Intersect(ActiveSheet.[A3:A65536], ActiveSheet.UsedRange)
 if(cell.value<>"") then
      Cell = Int(Len(Cell) / 2.1)
 end if
   Next Cell
 
End Sub

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