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Hi,

I am lokoing for a line of code that looks at cell F5 in tab "Control_Sheet" and returns a message saying

"You have Processed "=F5" data"

What is the line for this?

Many thanks
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Question by:Seamus2626
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This should do it:

MsgBox "You have processed " & sheets("Control_Sheet").Range("F5").value & " data"

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C--Users-shall-Desktop-MsgBox-Example.xl
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Thanks!
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