vba check if object exists

In VBA, you can check if an object exists by using the Is operator along with the Nothing keyword. Here's an example:

Dim myObject As Object

If Not myObject Is Nothing Then
    ' Object exists
    ' Object does not exist
End If

This code declares a variable myObject of type Object. The Is operator is used to compare myObject with the Nothing keyword. If myObject is not equal to Nothing, it means the object exists. Otherwise, if myObject is equal to Nothing, it means the object does not exist.

You can replace myObject with the name of the object you want to check. Remember to declare the object variable before checking its existence.