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Hi Guys, I have a problem with a Do loop problem. If you look in Column "AD" of the attachment, the Macro "Non-Validated" is populating the 4 rows filtered as "Cells(i,30)" . Can someone correct it?
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That code doesn't populate those cells at all  (clear them and run the code and you should see) - they don't match any of the criteria.
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Try now
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That code doesn't do anything weird either. I think someone pasted the code into the cells by accident. There isn't anything in the code that does that - it doesn't put anything in the cells that start with "Cells(..." currently.
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