Delete Rows that Meet Certain Criteria in VBA

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The following Subroutine will delete each row in a range where the value in Column A begins with a prescribed piece of text:

For example Delete_Rows(Sheets(“Sheet1”).Range(“A1:E23”,”Dog”) will delete all the rows in the range A1:E23 where the value in Column A begins with the word “Dog”. Note the use of Ucase means that the formulae is case INSENSITIVE i.e cells that begin with any of DOG, Dog, DoG or dog will all be deleted.

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