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Excel VBA column Null Color RED

Posted on 2011-09-12
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I have a macro that copies sheet1 to sheet2.  

How would you say, after the macro finishes that

 "If column Z is null, then color column Z RED?"
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Try the attached code
Sub checkcolumnZ()
Dim lastrow As Long
lastrow = [z65536].End(xlUp).Row
If lastrow = 1 Then
    If Cells(lastrow, "Z").Value = "" Then
        Columns(26).Interior.ColorIndex = 3
        Else
        Columns(26).Interior.ColorIndex = 0
    End If
End If
End Sub

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