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Hi!
Wouldnt write if i wouldnt have a problem.
I used a setrange from values that i input then it loops through the table (just like a setrange works) and displays if i have a record like that.
Im interested if i can input two values and it loops thru the list and uses setrange from each record so in line one it would be one streange and in line two it would be another different setrange.
I want to check if my two input numbers are within the range how would i do that?
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    YUN ZHU 63,992 Super User on at
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    It looks like you want to try OR Filters. The following information provided by gdrenteria should give you some help.
     
     
    Thanks.
    ZHU
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    Saurav.Dhyani 14,600 User Group Leader on at
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    Hi,
     
    can you provide code sample to answer it better?
     
    What code you are writing and what you want to achieve. 
     
    Regards,
    Saurav Dhyani
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