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Excel Macro - Promt to replace partial content of cell

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Hi,

I have a small file that summarizes the MS Office 365 Updates compliancy.  
Each month, I have to update manually the formula contains in cell  C3 , C4 , F3, F4
to put the update version followed during the new month.

Is there a way that a macro could prompt me a displaybox telling me the version contain in cell C3 and allows me
to modify the version and then update the forluma in cell C3, C4, F3, F4 with the new value in the summary (if no need to change version value, then the macro simply stop)?


To help, I have attached a simple file of my summary

Thanks alot,
/MLD
Book1.xlsm
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by:Rgonzo1971
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Hi,

Why not change the formula to
=COUNTIFS(Table!B:B,"Yes", Table!D:D,A3&"*", Table!D:D,"<>#N/A",  Table!C:C,"<>*Windows Embedded 8.1*")

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Regards
EE20160908.xlsx
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by:mldaigle1
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this is a good suggestion, but that cell with change for "Compliant" and "Not Compliant"

Can't use it...

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by:Rgonzo1971
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Which cell
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by:mldaigle1
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Cells A3 & A4 will be replace as "Compliant" and "Not Compliant"
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by:mldaigle1
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This is very acceptable, very very very acceptable!!

:)

Too simple.... was thinking too much Macro!!

Rgonzo1971, you're amazing!!
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Thanks for your eyes!!
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