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The following Visual Basic code locates blank cells within a range and deletes the entire row that contains that cell. The code brings up a dialog box that prompts the user for the total number of rows to process. The macro begins at the active cell and moves down the specified number of rows.
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Visual Basic Example
NOTE: you can also delete lines that contain spaces or other non- display characters. To do so, change the line that reads
If ActiveCell = "" Then
If Len(Trim(ActiveCell)) = 0 Then
Article ID: 110759 - Last Review: June 11, 2007 - Revision: 2.3
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