I’m working in Excel on a sheet where users can enter information into specific cells, save, then send. In this sheet they have the option of pasting an image (a .bmp file named “Picture”) as well. I have a macro that clears the contents of the cells. When the image is present it works fine, but fails when the image is not present, which it won’t always be. I have zero coding experience and cobbled everything together so far from Google. How do I get my macro to skip looking for the named image if it’s not on the sheet but continue to clear the contents of the remaining cells?
Here is my code:
Sub ResetandDelete() ' 'ResetAndDelete Macro 'Clears cell contents and resets form. Range("A44:E60").Select Selection.ClearContents Activesheet.Shapes.Range(Array("Picture")).Select Selection.Delete Range("C6:C38").Select Selection.ClearContents End Sub
Sub ResetandDelete() With ActiveSheet .Range("A44:E60").ClearContents On Error Resume Next .Shapes.Range(Array("Picture")).Delete On Error GoTo 0 .Range("C6:C38").ClearContents End With End Sub