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replace value in cell based on adjacent another cell

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HI

I  have  sheet  contains  items  in  column C ,G    what  I  want   replacing  items  for column C based on column G  . the  code  does  it,  but  the   problem  if  there  are items  in  column G  and  the  adjacent  cells in  column C are  empty  will  also  bring  new  items  from  column G  i  don't  want  it  . should  keep  empty for  adjacent cells in  column C .

Sub Demo1()
    Dim V, S%
        V = Sheets(4).UsedRange.Columns(7).Value2
        Sheets(4).UsedRange.Columns(3).Value2 = V
        End If
End Sub

would  appreciate  if  anybody  help .

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Hi Tubrak

Sorry but I don't understand your question fully.

If there's a value in cell A1 of that sheet (and I ignore the stranded End If line), your code above will simply replace everything in column G with values from column C.(not the other way around, as your question states).

Are you saying you want to replace the value in G only if the cell in column G is blank?

Please clarify your question, preferably adding a file to save us time.
John_Ru (rep: 4312) Nov 15, '22 at 4:31 pm
Hi,
yes  you're  right  about  error in the code with  comparison my  details .
I  edited  the  code  and  attach  file  with  what  i expect .
you  will  note  new  item  in  column G   should  not  copy  to  column C   ., should  not  fill blank cells in column C .
tubrak (rep: 18) Nov 15, '22 at 5:09 pm
Tubrak. Have answered from my phone- if not right, I will look again tomorrow (it's getting late here! ) 
John_Ru (rep: 4312) Nov 15, '22 at 5:42 pm
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Tubrak

To copy items from column F to (existing items in) C in your demo file, I suggest you use:

Sub Demo1()

With Sheets(4). Range("B1") .CurrentRegion

        .Value2=. Offset(0, 4).Value2

End With

End Sub

Hope this helps. 

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Hi John 
thanks  for  this  solution .
tubrak (rep: 18) Nov 16, '22 at 2:27 am
Thanks for selecting my answer, Tubrak. 
John_Ru (rep: 4312) Nov 16, '22 at 2:43 am
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