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I have the code below ,but the data has changed so I need to look for "CLEAR" in that cell that will have other data now.  For example  K5 would read "Light Intensity CLEAR"  how do i adjust to look for CLEAR with other data now in the cell. Thanks
Set ws = Sheets("Sheet19")
Set ws_pic = Sheets("Pic")
   
Set cel = ws.Range("k5")
Select Case cel
Case "CLEAR"
    Set Shp = ws_pic.Shapes("Picture 30")
Case "FEW CLOUDS"
    Set Shp = ws_pic.Shapes("Picture 32")
Case "PARTLY CLOUDY"
    Set Shp = ws_pic.Shapes("Picture 28")
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Set cel = ws.Range("k5")
Select Case True
Case instr(1,cel,"CLEAR") > 0
    Set Shp = ws_pic.Shapes("Picture 30")
Case instr(1,cel,"FEW CLOUDS") > 0
    Set Shp = ws_pic.Shapes("Picture 32")
Case instr(1,cel,"PARTLY CLOUDY") > 0
    Set Shp = ws_pic.Shapes("Picture 28")

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You're welcome and I'm glad I was able to help.

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