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VBA to Check if Range is Set?

Posted on 2013-05-23
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Hi All,

I thought this would be simple... ya, I think that a lot!
If rng = Nothing Then
Debug.Print "No-thing"
Else
Debug.Print "A-thing"
End If

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I just want know if the range = Nothing. When I hover over the range it says rng = Nothing but I don't know how to get this information via VBA.

Thanks in advance!
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Question by:DrTribos
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GrahamSkan earned 400 total points
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I thought"that looks like one of Steve's"

Dim rng As Range

If rng Is Nothing Then
Debug.Print "No-thing"
Else
Debug.Print "A-thing"
End If

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by:DrTribos
ID: 39190198
Doh! it's an IS?  wow!
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