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In MS Excel, there is a  ' =SUM(A1:I1) ' for addition.

But if I want to do subtraction from A1 to D1, then I have to do
this :

   =A1-B1-C1-D1

Is there a way to create this build in function like :

   =SUB(A1:D1)

by using VB ?
If yes, how ? PLease show me. Thank a lot !
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Question by:allquest
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allquest,

No, there is no SUB function, but you can use a formula similar to this:

=A1 - SUM(B1:D1)

Ture Magnusson
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