Find Value in a Row in Excel

Posted on 2015-01-12
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Last Modified: 2015-01-12
I have a spreadsheet and need to search a range in each row looking for a value (0). Example: Look in F12:P12 and if a 0 is found in any cell return 0 Else 1.
Question by:EMCIT
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by:Phillip Burton
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Sub DoIt()
For Each cel In Selection
    If cel.Value = "0" Then
        myAnswer = 0
        Exit For
        myAnswer = 1
    End If
MsgBox myAnswer
End Sub

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Rory Archibald earned 2000 total points
ID: 40544389
should do it.
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Author Comment

ID: 40544409
=IF(COUNTIF(F12:P12,0),0,1) works great. I have another column that needs to search specific columns as well.
Example: G12, I12, J12, M12, N12 only but when I try to string the cells it doesn't work.
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ID: 40544441
I got it!


Thank you for your assistance.

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