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NavigateArrow Method [Excel 2003 VBA Language Reference]

Office 2003

Navigates a tracer arrow for the specified range to the precedent, dependent, or error-causing cell or cells. Selects the precedent, dependent, or error cells and returns a Range object that represents the new selection. This method causes an error if it's applied to a cell without visible tracer arrows.

expression .NavigateArrow(TowardPrecedent, ArrowNumber, LinkNumber)

expression Required. An expression that returns a Range object.

TowardPrecedent Optional Variant. Specifies the direction to navigate: True to navigate toward precedents, False to navigate toward dependent.

ArrowNumber Optional Variant. Specifies the arrow number to navigate; corresponds to the numbered reference in the cell's formula.

LinkNumber Optional Variant. If the arrow is an external reference arrow, this argument indicates which external reference to follow. If this argument is omitted, the first external reference is followed.

Example

This example navigates along the first tracer arrow from cell A1 on Sheet1 toward the precedent cell. The example should be run on a worksheet containing a formula in cell A1 that includes references to cells D1, D2, and D3 (for example, the formula =D1*D2*D3). Before running the example, display the Auditing toolbar, select cell A1, and click the Trace Precedents button.

Worksheets("Sheet1").Activate
Range("A1").Select
ActiveCell.NavigateArrow True, 1
		


Applies to | Range Collection


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