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    VB Code for Excel - delete rows with all caps

    I need VB code to remove any rows in excell that contain ONLY CAPS.

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    Re: VB Code for Excel - delete rows with all caps

    Quote Originally Posted by Gooberlvr View Post
    I need VB code to remove any rows in excell that contain ONLY CAPS.
    This wouldn't be the place to get it.

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    Re: VB Code for Excel - delete rows with all caps

    Quote Originally Posted by Gooberlvr View Post
    I need VB code to remove any rows in excell that contain ONLY CAPS.
    Can you do it in excel?
    Then just record a macro!
    Victor Nijegorodov

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    Re: VB Code for Excel - delete rows with all caps

    [ Moved to VB 6 Forum ]

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    Re: VB Code for Excel - delete rows with all caps

    Kind of silly to allow them in the first place, if you want to remove them!
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