Hi Tom

Formula one is placed in cell "E2" and runs down to cell "E400"
Formula two is placed in cell "F2" and runs down to cell "F400"

1.      =IFERROR(VLOOKUP(D2,Grade_Conv,2,FALSE),"")

2.      =IFERROR(VLOOKUP(D2,Grade_Conv,2,FALSE)-VLOOKUP($C2,Grade_Conv,2,FALSE),"")

These formulas are placed in Sheet2 to Sheet19

Is it possible to write a piece of code that will apply these two formulas from Sheet2 to Sheet19?

Thanks in advance


Christopher Miller

Sub WriteFormula()
Dim i As Long, sFormE As String, sFormF As String
sFormE = "=IFERROR(VLOOKUP(D2,Grade_Conv,2,FALSE),"""")"
sFormF = "=IFERROR(VLOOKUP(D2,Grade_Conv,2,FALSE)-VLOOKUP($C2,Grade_Conv,2,FALSE),"""")"

For i = 2 To 19
 With Worksheets("Sheet" & i)
   .Range("E2:E400").Formula = sFormE
   .Range("F2:F400").Formula = sFormF
 End With
End Sub

Should do what you describe.

Tom Ogilvy  
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