1. I have a model in which a macro performs 3 successive filters in sequence and has worked ok for 2 months. see attach #1
However, for the first time, the input data now contains null entries
2. If the cells for the first filter are blank the macro still performs as intended see attach #2 (sheet 01)
3. If the cells for the first filter are populated but the second filter (sheet 02) produces a blank row, the filter header is reported in the up1 sheet. see attach #3
4. If the cells for the first filter are not populated and the second filter (sheet 02) produces a blank row - I get a run time error 1004 see attach #4
Could someone advise why the null field is being trapped out in attach #2 but not in #3 and #4
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