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    Angry formula working on spreadsheet returns #value error when run by vba

    hello everyone.
    here is my formula which works perfectly when i use it in a cell.
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    However, when i use it in vba as
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    and call it from a cell with
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    it returns me #VALUE! error. I do not have too much experience with vba and i could not figure out how to fix this problem.

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    Re: formula working on spreadsheet returns #value error when run by vba

    How can I check theese formulas ?
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    Re: formula working on spreadsheet returns #value error when run by vba

    To best describe or illustrate your problem you would be better off attaching a dummy workbook. The workbook should contain the same structure and some dummy data of the same type as the type you have in your real workbook - so, if a cell contains numbers & letters in this format abc-123 then that should be reflected in the dummy workbook.

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