First, consider using GetRowWithCellText to find the row containing the text you're looking for.
Usually you know the column headers. So if you're looking for a cell in the table that contains a zip code, and column 1 is address, column 2 is city, column 3 is state, column 4 is zip, you know you want to use column 4.
If that's the case, then you know the row and column.
If not, then just loop through the columns checking just that one row.
Hope that helps.
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I did have code to loop through the table, but it's almost 400 rows so it takes a bit. I was hoping there was a quick way of finding the value without looping through all the rows. I did, however, realize that I could just check the Exist method on the link, as each row in this webtable is a link, so that solved my problem.