Hello,

I have very basic excel vba skills and I've (thankfully) managed to automate some excel tasks. I am not at all good at understanding loops or Select Case Statements. The only examples I can ever find are about changing number grades to letter grades. Helpful to teachers, but I don't see how to adapt it for what I need to do. Hoping someone here can tell me if what I would like to do is possible and how to go about it if a Select Case statement isn't correct. Right now I have a bunch of these:

```
For Each cell In Sheets("MySheet").Columns(17).Cells
Select Case cell.Value
Case "-29.75"
cell.Offset(0, 2).Value = "-8.33"
End Select
Next
```

Basically this checks a column for a specific number, moves over two cells and adds the assigned number to go with it. I probably have 150 different lines of code like the above for each number set....I am sure there is probably ad easier way but this is what I know how to do and has been working, so I just stuck with it. Now I have an issue that some of the numbers in the Case statement can have two different values assigned to it. So of the above example Case "-29.75" could have to put "-8.33" or "-10.50" in the offset cell.

What I am wondering is if there is away to say: For each cell in Column 17 that has a value of "-29.75" AND in Column 11 has the date value of 02-01-2022 then move over two cells and enter "-8.33". Or if Column 17 has "-29.75" AND column 11 has date value 03-01-2022 move over two cell and enter "-10.50". Is this possible? I may also need to offset one more cell after entering the "-8.33" and add text "Replacement". I know how to do that in my current select case statement shown above, I just do not know if it would change if I can look for two values.

Any help in this would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Kathy