Fixing the Clear Cell Macro

EE Pros,

I have a great WS that Martin Liss has helped create for a situation where you make choices by clicking black boxes (in Col. A) and the selection changes the color (to show selection) and it runs through some math to produce a result at the bottom of each table.

Here's the issue.  We now have the ability to "clear the list of selections (The CLEAR BUTTON).  While it does clear the selections, it doesn't reset the math to have -0- at the bottom of the cells at the bottom of each table.  I need someone to look at this macro under the CLEAR Button and figure out what needs to be added in order to reset the tables and math at the bottom of each Table.

NOTE:
Make sure you make a copy of the original WB; when you start troubleshooting the Macro, you will find that you can't go back to the start.

Thank you in advance,

B.
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Bright01Asked:
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
Sub ClearNR()
'Clear Named Ranges (NR) for the check boxes (INDICATOR2)
Dim nrUseCase As Name
Dim nrRange As Range
Dim rngRow As Range
Dim intPos As Integer
 
For Each nrUseCase In ThisWorkbook.Names
    If Left$(nrUseCase.Name, Len(INDICATOR2)) = INDICATOR2 Then
        intPos = InStr(1, nrUseCase.RefersTo, "!")
        Set nrRange = Range(Mid(nrUseCase.RefersTo, intPos + 1))
        For Each rngRow In nrRange.Rows
            rngRow.Columns(1) = ""
            rngRow.Columns("E:G").Interior.Color = RGB(200, 200, 200)
            Next
    End If
Next
Application.ScreenUpdating = False
ToggleDisplay
ToggleDisplay
Application.ScreenUpdating = True
End Sub

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Bright01Author Commented:
Martin,

GREAT!  Thank you!  That works incredibly well.  I'm going to be authoring another question about how to properly use Protection On and still have the Worksheet work properly next.

Thanks again for some great code and coaching.  I continue to learn something new every time you help me out.

Much thanks,

B.
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