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I can use IF(or(......   to compare a column for multiple values.  Is there a way to compare multiple columns for multiple values.

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If column_ A or column_b or column _c or column_d is equal to ('60', '61', '72','75','88', '95')
Then column_E =1
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If CheckValue(column_A) or CheckValue(ccolumn_B) or CheckValue(column_C) Then
    column_E = 1


Public Function CheckValue(intValue As Integer) As Boolean
   
    Select Case intValue
        Case 60, 61, 72, 75, 88, 95
            CheckValue = True
    End Select
   
End Function

You'll need to make sure column_A, etc actually refers to the value in the range.
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