I have some code that is running on the background. Part of it, I would like to check if cells in Col13 (sheet = ‘Project_Name’) have values that are in date format. If not, I would like to notify the users.
Col13 will be a date if flagged cells in Admin sheet are marked as ‘True’ – just so you know understand what is first part of my code is for.
'Checking date of activity For i = 7 To LastRow With Worksheets("Admin") If .Cells(i, 13).Value = "True" Or .Cells(i, 11).Value = "True" Then With Worksheets("Project_Name") If Not IsDate(.Cells(i, 13)) Then MsgBox ("Please ensure that Date of Activity is in the correct Date format.") Exit Function End If End With End If End With Next i
Albeit a very simple loop check, it does not work. I am not sure if my statement:
If Not IsDate()
Any advise would be appreciated.
If columns K and M on the Admin worksheet contain truly boolean values (center aligned TRUE or FALSE on the worksheet) then you shouldn’t be comparing them to strings that look like
"True". Their underlying raw boolean value is sufficient to evaluate.
If .Cells(i, 13).Value Or .Cells(i, 11).Value Then ... end if