Can anyone tell me why I should be getting an error. Range("L10:L7800").FormulaArray = "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&"G house")),"G house","")" B10 by the way is a relative reference. Thank you for your time.

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11/25/2009 9:08:01 PM

Look at where your double quotes are located; each set surrounds something that Excel will treat as a single string. Also, you will need a "&" between each string or variable. "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&" "Gotroots" wrote: > Can anyone tell me why I should be getting an error. > > Range("L10:L7800").FormulaArray = "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A > Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&"G house")),"G house","")" > > > B10 by the way is a relative reference. > > Thank you for your time.

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11/25/2009 11:06:01 PM

"Gotroots" <Gotroots@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > Can anyone tell me why I should be getting an error. > Range("L10:L7800").FormulaArray = "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A > Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&"G house")),"G house","")" What kind of error are you getting? (Klunk!) If it is a syntax error, I think you want (untested): Range("L10:L7800").FormulaArray = "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&""G house"")),""G house"","""")" In other words, each double-quote that is intended to be a character in the string must be written as two double-quotes. That is simply the most obvious error. There might be others, once you fix that one. ----- original message ----- "Gotroots" <Gotroots@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:AC75977B-8C6B-4D20-80BF-02670701ECE6@microsoft.com... > Can anyone tell me why I should be getting an error. > > Range("L10:L7800").FormulaArray = "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A > Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&"G house")),"G house","")" > > > B10 by the way is a relative reference. > > Thank you for your time.

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11/25/2009 11:12:51 PM

Thankyou guys for the help Yes it was a syntax error I was getting I tested out > Range("L10:L7800").FormulaArray = "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A > Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&""G house"")),""G house"","""")" and it worked, except in each of the cells in the range L10:L7800 the relative reference B10 did not change, ie. =B11, =B12, =B13 etc "JoeU2004" wrote: > "Gotroots" <Gotroots@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > > Can anyone tell me why I should be getting an error. > > Range("L10:L7800").FormulaArray = "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A > > Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&"G house")),"G house","")" > > What kind of error are you getting? (Klunk!) > > If it is a syntax error, I think you want (untested): > > Range("L10:L7800").FormulaArray = "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A > Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&""G house"")),""G house"","""")" > > In other words, each double-quote that is intended to be a character in the > string must be written as two double-quotes. > > That is simply the most obvious error. There might be others, once you fix > that one. > > > ----- original message ----- > > "Gotroots" <Gotroots@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message > news:AC75977B-8C6B-4D20-80BF-02670701ECE6@microsoft.com... > > Can anyone tell me why I should be getting an error. > > > > Range("L10:L7800").FormulaArray = "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A > > Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&"G house")),"G house","")" > > > > > > B10 by the way is a relative reference. > > > > Thank you for your time. > > . >

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11/26/2009 10:51:01 AM

"Gotroots" <Gotroots@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > it worked, except in each of the cells in the range L10:L7800 the > relative reference B10 did not change, ie. =B11, =B12, =B13 etc You probably should mention what version of Excel and VBA you are using. But I confirmed your observation using Excel 2003 SP3 and VBA 6.5. Bummer! Works as intended for Range(...).Formula, but not for Range(...).FormulaArray. I would do the following to work around this "feature" (untested). Hopefully, someone has a better idea. Dim i as Long, cell as Range i = 9 For Each cell in Range("L10:L7800") i = i + 1 cell.FormulaArray = _ "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A Use'!C$1:C$10000=B" _ & i & "&""G house"")),""G house"","""")" Next Cell ----- original message ----- "Gotroots" <Gotroots@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:6CE1C8B6-6B6F-47A7-9A70-07D1A7EFF61E@microsoft.com... > Thankyou guys for the help > > Yes it was a syntax error I was getting > > I tested out > >> Range("L10:L7800").FormulaArray = "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A >> Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&""G house"")),""G house"","""")" > > and it worked, except in each of the cells in the range L10:L7800 the > relative reference B10 did not change, ie. =B11, =B12, =B13 etc > > > > "JoeU2004" wrote: > >> "Gotroots" <Gotroots@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: >> > Can anyone tell me why I should be getting an error. >> > Range("L10:L7800").FormulaArray = "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A >> > Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&"G house")),"G house","")" >> >> What kind of error are you getting? (Klunk!) >> >> If it is a syntax error, I think you want (untested): >> >> Range("L10:L7800").FormulaArray = "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A >> Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&""G house"")),""G house"","""")" >> >> In other words, each double-quote that is intended to be a character in >> the >> string must be written as two double-quotes. >> >> That is simply the most obvious error. There might be others, once you >> fix >> that one. >> >> >> ----- original message ----- >> >> "Gotroots" <Gotroots@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message >> news:AC75977B-8C6B-4D20-80BF-02670701ECE6@microsoft.com... >> > Can anyone tell me why I should be getting an error. >> > >> > Range("L10:L7800").FormulaArray = "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A >> > Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&"G house")),"G house","")" >> > >> > >> > B10 by the way is a relative reference. >> > >> > Thank you for your time. >> >> . >>

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11/26/2009 4:02:28 PM

I am using Excel 2007 SP2 and VBA 6.5 "JoeU2004" wrote: > "Gotroots" <Gotroots@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > > it worked, except in each of the cells in the range L10:L7800 the > > relative reference B10 did not change, ie. =B11, =B12, =B13 etc > > You probably should mention what version of Excel and VBA you are using. > But I confirmed your observation using Excel 2003 SP3 and VBA 6.5. > > Bummer! Works as intended for Range(...).Formula, but not for > Range(...).FormulaArray. > > I would do the following to work around this "feature" (untested). > Hopefully, someone has a better idea. > > Dim i as Long, cell as Range > i = 9 > For Each cell in Range("L10:L7800") > i = i + 1 > cell.FormulaArray = _ > "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A Use'!C$1:C$10000=B" _ > & i & "&""G house"")),""G house"","""")" > Next Cell > > > ----- original message ----- > > "Gotroots" <Gotroots@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message > news:6CE1C8B6-6B6F-47A7-9A70-07D1A7EFF61E@microsoft.com... > > Thankyou guys for the help > > > > Yes it was a syntax error I was getting > > > > I tested out > > > >> Range("L10:L7800").FormulaArray = "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A > >> Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&""G house"")),""G house"","""")" > > > > and it worked, except in each of the cells in the range L10:L7800 the > > relative reference B10 did not change, ie. =B11, =B12, =B13 etc > > > > > > > > "JoeU2004" wrote: > > > >> "Gotroots" <Gotroots@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > >> > Can anyone tell me why I should be getting an error. > >> > Range("L10:L7800").FormulaArray = "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A > >> > Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&"G house")),"G house","")" > >> > >> What kind of error are you getting? (Klunk!) > >> > >> If it is a syntax error, I think you want (untested): > >> > >> Range("L10:L7800").FormulaArray = "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A > >> Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&""G house"")),""G house"","""")" > >> > >> In other words, each double-quote that is intended to be a character in > >> the > >> string must be written as two double-quotes. > >> > >> That is simply the most obvious error. There might be others, once you > >> fix > >> that one. > >> > >> > >> ----- original message ----- > >> > >> "Gotroots" <Gotroots@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message > >> news:AC75977B-8C6B-4D20-80BF-02670701ECE6@microsoft.com... > >> > Can anyone tell me why I should be getting an error. > >> > > >> > Range("L10:L7800").FormulaArray = "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A > >> > Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&"G house")),"G house","")" > >> > > >> > > >> > B10 by the way is a relative reference. > >> > > >> > Thank you for your time. > >> > >> . > >> > > . >

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11/26/2009 5:07:01 PM

PS.... I wrote: > Bummer! Works as intended for Range(...).Formula, > but not for Range(...).FormulaArray. As I understand (perhaps incorrectly) the intent of your formula, perhaps the following non-array formula will do the same thing without the messy for-loop: Range("L10:L7800").Formula = _ "=IF(SUMPRODUCT(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&""G house"")),""G house"","""")" ----- original message ----- "JoeU2004" <joeu2004> wrote in message news:uUgUdHrbKHA.4688@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl... > "Gotroots" <Gotroots@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: >> it worked, except in each of the cells in the range L10:L7800 the >> relative reference B10 did not change, ie. =B11, =B12, =B13 etc > > You probably should mention what version of Excel and VBA you are using. > But I confirmed your observation using Excel 2003 SP3 and VBA 6.5. > > Bummer! Works as intended for Range(...).Formula, but not for > Range(...).FormulaArray. > > I would do the following to work around this "feature" (untested). > Hopefully, someone has a better idea. > > Dim i as Long, cell as Range > i = 9 > For Each cell in Range("L10:L7800") > i = i + 1 > cell.FormulaArray = _ > "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A Use'!C$1:C$10000=B" _ > & i & "&""G house"")),""G house"","""")" > Next Cell > > > ----- original message ----- > > "Gotroots" <Gotroots@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message > news:6CE1C8B6-6B6F-47A7-9A70-07D1A7EFF61E@microsoft.com... >> Thankyou guys for the help >> >> Yes it was a syntax error I was getting >> >> I tested out >> >>> Range("L10:L7800").FormulaArray = "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A >>> Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&""G house"")),""G house"","""")" >> >> and it worked, except in each of the cells in the range L10:L7800 the >> relative reference B10 did not change, ie. =B11, =B12, =B13 etc >> >> >> >> "JoeU2004" wrote: >> >>> "Gotroots" <Gotroots@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: >>> > Can anyone tell me why I should be getting an error. >>> > Range("L10:L7800").FormulaArray = "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A >>> > Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&"G house")),"G house","")" >>> >>> What kind of error are you getting? (Klunk!) >>> >>> If it is a syntax error, I think you want (untested): >>> >>> Range("L10:L7800").FormulaArray = "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A >>> Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&""G house"")),""G house"","""")" >>> >>> In other words, each double-quote that is intended to be a character in >>> the >>> string must be written as two double-quotes. >>> >>> That is simply the most obvious error. There might be others, once you >>> fix >>> that one. >>> >>> >>> ----- original message ----- >>> >>> "Gotroots" <Gotroots@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message >>> news:AC75977B-8C6B-4D20-80BF-02670701ECE6@microsoft.com... >>> > Can anyone tell me why I should be getting an error. >>> > >>> > Range("L10:L7800").FormulaArray = "=IF(SUM(--('A Use'!A$1:A$10000&'A >>> > Use'!C$1:C$10000=B10&"G house")),"G house","")" >>> > >>> > >>> > B10 by the way is a relative reference. >>> > >>> > Thank you for your time. >>> >>> . >>> >

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11/26/2009 5:16:09 PM

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What does the $ symbol mean in a formula? example: =G8*($A$14*2)*100 thanx The $ is used for absolut referencing. For e.g lets take your formula =G8*($A$14*2)*100 suppose you enter this formula in cell B2, now simply copy this formula one cell to the right (C2) by and one cell down (B3). C2: =H8*($A$14*2)*100 B3: =G9*($A$14*2)*100 So you see that The original G8 has changed, whereas $A$1 remains the same in both the new formulae because of the dollar signs. Mangesh "S" <S@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:D86597A4-C0A1-46AF-9DA6-FE06AB9C1FA0@mi...

i dont know if you can do this..... if(c5=10, take the cell 5 right 3 down to it, 0) if you can, i dont know how to write it in excel language thanks if anyone can hel -- cutsygur ----------------------------------------------------------------------- cutsygurl's Profile: http://www.excelforum.com/member.php?action=getinfo&userid=1504 View this thread: http://www.excelforum.com/showthread.php?threadid=27569 cutsygurl Wrote: > i dont know if you can do this..... > if(c5=10, take the cell 5 right 3 down to it, 0) > if you can, i dont know how to write it in excel language &...