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how to drag vlookup in vba for all the cells down with dynamic range

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how to drag vlookup in vba for all the cells down
I have written

 
     Cells(4, Newcolumn).Formula = Application.WorksheetFunction.VLookup(Range("A4"), Sheets("Basic_Data").Range("C2:J7129"), 8, False)

Selection.AutoFill Destination:=Cells(newrange & ":" & r & "7129")
 Range(newrange & ":" & r & "7129").Select

but this is copying only values not formula. I need to use dynamic range
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Hi,

Try it like this

Cells(4, Newcolumn).Formula = "=VLOOKUP(A4,Basic_Data!$C$2:$J$7129,8,False)"
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