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Default Change a Search/report code for text into search/report color

Hello,

I found a fantastic code on the web to search through several excel file to find/report specific registered text values. Realy amazing. It reports the filename, specific sheet and the cell in a separate list. Great !

The challange I had is to change this code in such way that it search/reports not textvalues but filled in colors. I want to report the datafields which are marked with the color red (vbRed).

Can somebody, who is more clever then me, re-write the part that is required and changes the code in working for color.
Thanks a lot.

regards, Johan
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Sub SearchFolders()
Dim fso As Object
Dim fld As Object
Dim strSearch As String
Dim strPath As String
Dim strFile As String
Dim wOut As Worksheet
Dim wbk As Workbook
Dim wks As Worksheet
Dim lRow As Long
Dim rFound As Range
Dim strFirstAddress As String

On Error GoTo ErrHandler
Application.ScreenUpdating = False

'Change as desired
strPath = "c:\MyFolder"
strSearch = "Specific text"

Set wOut = Worksheets.Add
lRow = 1
With wOut
.Cells(lRow, 1) = "Workbook"
.Cells(lRow, 2) = "Worksheet"
.Cells(lRow, 3) = "Cell"
.Cells(lRow, 4) = "Text in Cell"
Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set fld = fso.GetFolder(strPath)

strFile = Dir(strPath & "\*.xls*")
Do While strFile < ""
Set wbk = Workbooks.Open _
(Filename:=strPath & "\" & strFile, _
UpdateLinks:=0, _
ReadOnly:=True, _
AddToMRU:=False)

For Each wks In wbk.Worksheets
Set rFound = wks.UsedRange.Find(strSearch)
If Not rFound Is Nothing Then
strFirstAddress = rFound.Address
End If
Do
If rFound Is Nothing Then
Exit Do
Else
lRow = lRow + 1
.Cells(lRow, 1) = wbk.Name
.Cells(lRow, 2) = wks.Name
.Cells(lRow, 3) = rFound.Address
.Cells(lRow, 4) = rFound.Value
End If
Set rFound = wks.Cells.FindNext(After:=rFound)
Loop While strFirstAddress < rFound.Address
Next

wbk.Close (False)
strFile = Dir
Loop
.Columns("A").EntireColumn.AutoFit
End With
MsgBox "Done"

ExitHandler:
Set wOut = Nothing
Set wks = Nothing
Set wbk = Nothing
Set fld = Nothing
Set fso = Nothing
Application.ScreenUpdating = True
Exit Sub

ErrHandler:
MsgBox Err.Description, vbExclamation
Resume ExitHandler
End Sub


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Default Change a Search/report code for text into search/report color

Hello (again), I found a code that reports colored cells just I like to have (reporting the cell names). The request is how to combine or adapt this (if this is the way to do it) into the first mentioned part. The result should be reporting of the fields in the same way as the its reported the cells with the found/reported text (Filename/Sheetname/Cell).

It would be very great if somebody can create/change this for me. I'm struckling with this for many hours and tried everything, but.......

ps. Because I got an overflow error when running below macro,
I added a tempory part that select only the used cells.

regards, Johan

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Sub SelectColoredCells()

'Tempory added this part.
'Select the area with used cells (otherwise you get a stack overflow error)

Dim FirstCell As Range, LastCell As Range
Set LastCell = Cells(Cells.Find(What:="*", SearchOrder:=xlRows, _
SearchDirection:=xlPrevious, LookIn:=xlValues).Row, _
Cells.Find(What:="*", SearchOrder:=xlByColumns, _
SearchDirection:=xlPrevious, LookIn:=xlValues).Column)
Set FirstCell = Cells(Cells.Find(What:="*", After:=LastCell, SearchOrder:=xlRows, _
SearchDirection:=xlNext, LookIn:=xlValues).Row, _
Cells.Find(What:="*", After:=LastCell, SearchOrder:=xlByColumns, _
SearchDirection:=xlNext, LookIn:=xlValues).Column)
Range(FirstCell, LastCell).Select

'Macro for finding/reporting cells with filled color

Dim rCell As Range
Dim lColor As Long
Dim rColored As Range

'Select the color by name (8 possible)
'vbBlack, vbBlue, vbGreen, vbCyan,
'vbRed, vbMagenta, vbYellow, vbWhite
lColor = vbRed

'If you prefer, you can use the RGB function
'to specify a color
'lColor = RGB(0, 0, 255)

Set rColored = Nothing
For Each rCell In Selection
If rCell.Interior.Color = lColor Then
If rColored Is Nothing Then
Set rColored = rCell
Else
Set rColored = Union(rColored, rCell)
End If
End If
Next
If rColored Is Nothing Then
MsgBox "No cells match the color"
Else
rColored.Select

MsgBox "Selected cells match the color:" & _
vbCrLf & rColored.Address

'Request.......
'Instead of reporting the colored cells in the meassagebox
'I want to reported them the same way as mentioned in earlier request.
'reporting the file/sheet/cell in the file with the macro thats run
'through files in a specific directory.


End If
Set rCell = Nothing
Set rColored = Nothing
End Sub


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