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I was hoping to do away with the formulas in D8:D31 "Table" of my worksheet, I was hoping to use a command button which would 'refresh' these cells with the formulas that are currently in them.

The formulas can sometimes take up processing time and I only need this information occasionally.  So I'd like to link the formulas to a command button that can run the formulas and then remove once it has brought back the results.
 
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