VBA code not matching zone on two sheets

The code is not working where it should match the zones.
The zones are on Detail column 5 & Ground column 5.
The code is:
Sub GetSCS(strSheet As String, strCol As String)

If zone is in the string Ground tab column 5, and it matches to Detail column 5 (Zone) - then it should name the row.

It is not matching to anything on the Ground tab.
It works on both the Int'l & Dom Express.
Desperate for help.
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
Change this line
If varDataD(lngRowD, 5) = strParts(lngE) Then

If varDataD(lngRowD, 5) = CInt(strParts(lngE)) Then
Euro5Author Commented:
Error type mismatch             If varDataD(lngRowD, 5) = CInt(strParts(lngE)) Then
Euro5Author Commented:
That is where the letters are rather than the number - is that why?
It is looking at zones A, B, C rather than zones 1,2,3
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Euro5Author Commented:
They both show "A" when I run my cursor over, which is correct.
Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
Try this instead.

If CStr(varDataD(lngRowD, 5)) = Trim(strParts(lngE)) Then

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Euro5Author Commented:
Perfect thanks!!
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