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FindNext Method [Excel 2003 VBA Language Reference]

Office 2003

Continues a search that was begun with the Find method. Finds the next cell that matches those same conditions and returns a Range object that represents that cell. Doesn't affect the selection or the active cell.

expression .FindNext(After)

expression Required. An expression that returns a Range object.

After   Optional Variant. The cell after which you want to search. This corresponds to the position of the active cell when a search is done from the user interface. Note that After must be a single cell in the range. Remember that the search begins after this cell; the specified cell isn't searched until the method wraps back around to this cell. If this argument isn't specified, the search starts after the cell in the upper-left corner of the range.

Remarks

When the search reaches the end of the specified search range, it wraps around to the beginning of the range. To stop a search when this wraparound occurs, save the address of the first found cell, and then test each successive found-cell address against this saved address.

Example

This example finds all cells in the range A1:A500 that contain the value 2 and changes their values to 5.

With Worksheets(1).Range("a1:a500")
    Set c = .Find(2, lookin:=xlValues)
    If Not c Is Nothing Then
        firstAddress = c.Address
        Do
            c.Value = 5
            Set c = .FindNext(c)
        Loop While Not c Is Nothing And c.Address <> firstAddress
    End If
End With
		


Applies to | Range Collection

See Also | Find Method | FindPrevious Method | Replace Method


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