## How do you find the range in Excel VBA?

VBA to Find Value in a Range – MatchCase The start cell must be in the specified range. When we write MatchCase:=True that means find string is case sensitive. This macro will search for the string “ab” from “B3” and returns matched range address. As we mentioned MatchCase:=True, it will look for exact match only.

## What does the Find function do?

The FIND function returns the position (as a number) of one text string inside another. If there is more than one occurrence of the search string, FIND returns the position of the first occurrence.

**How do you find range of data?**

Follow these steps to calculate range:

- Order the numbers in your data set from lowest to highest.
- Locate the smallest and largest numbers, then subtract.
- Note the range.
- Arrange your numbers in ascending order.
- Find the median.
- Locate the lower and higher medians.
- Subtract the lower median from the higher median.

**How do you find a value in a range in Excel?**

1. Find Value in Range Using MATCH Function

- =MATCH(H4,C4:C14,0)
- =IF(ISNUMBER(MATCH(H4,C4:C14,0)),”Found”,”Not Found”)
- =IF(COUNTIF(C4:C14,H4)>0,”Found”,”Not Found”)
- =VLOOKUP(H4,C4:C14,1,0)
- =IFNA(VLOOKUP(H4,C4:C14,1,0),”Not Found”)
- =INDEX(E4:E14,MATCH(H4,C4:C14,0))
- =VLOOKUP(H4,C4:E14,3,0)
- =XLOOKUP(H4,C4:C14,E4:E14)

### What is the Find function?

### Why do we use Find function in Excel?

The FIND function returns the position (as a number) of one text string inside another. If there is more than one occurrence of the search string, FIND returns the position of the first occurrence. FIND does not support wildcards, and is always case-sensitive.

**How do you use the range function in Excel?**

Use Range (arg), where arg names the range, to return a Range object that represents a single cell or a range of cells. The following example places the value of cell A1 in cell A5. The following example fills the range A1:H8 with random numbers by setting the formula for each cell in the range.

**How do I isolate specific data in Excel?**

Place your mouse pointer on “Highlight Cell Rules” and review the list of options. Choose the one most appropriate for your purpose and click on it to open the rules dialog box. For example, select “equal to” to isolate a specific value or “duplicate values” to find duplicate data entries.