troubleshooting Question

Excel VBA code to find the lowest number in range >0

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JasonFlag for Australia asked on
Microsoft ExcelVB Script
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The code I got is erroring

Can anyone advise.

First step
What I am trying to do is I have a range which I need to find the lowest value greater than 0

Second step
Then get the content of a range in that row and display in different cells
I haven't started step to still trying to resolve step 1
 
Public Sub lowerstNSW()

        Dim x, Rng1
        Dim excel As New Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Application
        Rng1 = Globals.Sheet1.Range("E16:E30")
        x = excel.Min(Rng1)
        If x = 0 Then
            x = excel.Evaluate("=MIN(IF(" _
            & Rng1.Address & ">0," _
            & Rng1.Address & "))")
        End If
        Globals.Sheet1.Range("K2").Value = x
    End Sub
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