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Excel VB programming question - skipping cells that lack a certain property
It's been a long time since I programmed anything or messed with VB. I've googled my problem and narrowed it down, but I'd still like some help if anyone here knows their stuff!
What I have is an Excel spreadsheet that someone has put a lot of text into the data validation input messages (the text that pops up when you click a cell). I would like to extract the input messages and put them into cells for easier editing. In its simplest form, what I want to do is this:
This works just fine if an input message has been defined. But if a cell has no input message, I get a "Run-time error '1004': application-defined or object-defined error." I'm trying to access a property that isn't simply null, it just doesn't exist at all.
What code can I use to check whether .Validation.InputMessage exists, and if so, copy it to a cell?
If you want to be really nice, I'm also doing it in a loop straight down the column and haven't looked up the best way to do that yet.