I often like to fill my excel model and workbooks with data to test out functionality and what better than a random range of numbers. (hint look in my other post about changing negative numbers to positives and vice versa if you want to make the them different sizes for instance if you wanted the numbers in the thousands).
This code below basically starts with the first cell of the selection and creates a random number and then check that number to any others in the range that are duplicates – looping until there are no matches and then carrying on to the next cell in the range to create another unique random number.
Dim LowerLimit As Byte
Dim Limit2 As Long
If MsgBox(“This will place a unique random number in each cell in your selection?” & vbNewLine & “(n.b. existing values will be overwritten)”, vbQuestion + vbOKCancel, AT & ” – Insert random numbers without duplicates”) = vbCancel Then Exit Sub
LowerLimit = 1
Limit2 = Selection.Cells.Count
Cellen = Selection.Cells.Count
i = 1
For Each rngCel In Selection
Application.StatusBar = “Processing random numbers: ” & Int((i * 100) / Cellen) & ” %”
rngCel.Value = Int((Limit2 – LowerLimit + 1) * Rnd + LowerLimit)
If Application.WorksheetFunction.CountIf(Selection, rngCel.Value) = 1 Then
i = i + 1
Application.StatusBar = False