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I am trying to build an array to generate a report.  The data for the report is stored in various arrays, but when I use the MATCH function I am presented with "unable to get the match property of the WorksheetFunction class.  The arrays in the code below are defined as follows:
ReportArray(200,8) and ProdArray(200,2) - the common field in both is ID.

Below is the code generating the error message:
    For x = 1 To RptRows
        ID = ReportArray(x, 1)
        ID_Fnd = WorksheetFunction.Match(ID, ProdArray, 0)   ' (error is generated here)
        ReportArray(x, 7) = ProdArray(GPN_Fnd, 2)
    Next x
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zorvek (Kevin Jones) earned 2000 total points
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Change:

      ID_Fnd = WorksheetFunction.Match(ID, ProdArray, 0)   ' (error is generated here)

To:

      ID_Fnd = Application.Match(ID, ProdArray, 0)   ' (error is generated here)

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