Trapping an Error

I am looping through some rows of data, and I am getting an error on the following line.

PatternBasedFinishToUse = WorksheetFunction.VLookup(SurfCH_ValueAndSurfCH_FixedValue, Range("PatternBasedFinTable"), 2, 0)

How could I trap this error?  Considered checking the chars it is returning... needs to be > 3 chars.  If not >3 make the whole row background color red and put the word ERROR in col A.  then move on to the next row.  I use the Goto 100  which is a marker that starts the loop over.  I know it is wrg to use Goto but have not had time to fit it to make it right..  It works for me...

Also considered and On Error Resume Next???   Any idea's
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NorieAnalyst Assistant Commented:
Not sure how you want to handle the error but you could try something like this.
Dim Res As Variant

    ' other code
    Res = Application.VLookup(SurfCH_ValueAndSurfCH_FixedValue, Range("PatternBasedFinTable"), 2, 0)
    If Not IsError(Res) Then
        PatternBasedFinishToUse = Res
        ' do whatever you want/need if the VLookup fails
    End If

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RWayneHAuthor Commented:
Thinking through this...   and this could work...  

I would like the else to color the active row back ground red.  How would I do that and put the word ERROR in the column B of that active row?
RWayneHAuthor Commented:
Ok using your suggestion and Res.....  I have it working.  Now all I have to do is color the cell background red.  The following line is failing.  How would I rewrite this to color the cell?

c.Offset(0, 1).Selection.Interior.Color = 255

To place text in the cell this is working.
c.Offset(0, 1).Value = "Do not use in Lynx ERROR"

Try to something similar to make the cell red.
NorieAnalyst Assistant Commented:
Get rid of Selection.
RWayneHAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the help.
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