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I use the following code to throw a value in cell D8 of the MDL - Summary sheet tab.

How would I edit this to throw the same value to another sheet tab cell?  Say Sheet1, cell B9?

Please advise and thanks.  -R-
Sub MDL_GetCompletedOrdersTodayMinusOneDay()
'On Format tab only
Dim rgFilter As Range, rgTarg As Range
Set rgTarg = Worksheets("MDL - Summary").Range("D8")  'Record count goes here
Sheets("Format").Select

With Worksheets("Format")       'Worksheet to be filtered
    Set rgFilter = .Range("A1")     'First header label in range to be filtered
    Set rgFilter = Intersect(.UsedRange, rgFilter.Resize(1, 100).EntireColumn)   'All the rows of data
    
    rgTarg.Formula = "=SUBTOTAL(3,'" & .Name & "'!" & rgFilter.Columns(3).Address & ")-1"
    With rgFilter
        .AutoFilter
        .AutoFilter Field:=7, Criteria1:="SPCLMDL"
        
        .AutoFilter Field:=10, Criteria1:="=CNF  LKD  REL", Operator:=xlOr, Criteria2:="=CNF  REL"
        .AutoFilter Field:=22, Operator:=xlFilterValues, Criteria2:=Array(2, Format(Date - 1, "m/d/yyyy"))
'        .AutoFilter Field:=22, Operator:=xlFilterValues, Criteria2:=Array(2, Format(Date, "m/d/yyyy"))
                
        rgTarg.Formula = rgTarg.Value
'        .AutoFilter     'Turn filters off
    End With
End With

Sheets("MDL - Summary").Select
'    Range("C4").Select
    
End Sub

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The code in line 23 will add the same value to the cell you suggest.  Hopefully it's fairly clear how you would change this to another cell.

Thanks

Stuart

Sub MDL_GetCompletedOrdersTodayMinusOneDay()
'On Format tab only
Dim rgFilter As Range, rgTarg As Range
Set rgTarg = Worksheets("MDL - Summary").Range("D8")  'Record count goes here
Sheets("Format").Select

With Worksheets("Format")       'Worksheet to be filtered
    Set rgFilter = .Range("A1")     'First header label in range to be filtered
    Set rgFilter = Intersect(.UsedRange, rgFilter.Resize(1, 100).EntireColumn)   'All the rows of data
    
    rgTarg.Formula = "=SUBTOTAL(3,'" & .Name & "'!" & rgFilter.Columns(3).Address & ")-1"
    With rgFilter
        .AutoFilter
        .AutoFilter Field:=7, Criteria1:="SPCLMDL"
        
        .AutoFilter Field:=10, Criteria1:="=CNF  LKD  REL", Operator:=xlOr, Criteria2:="=CNF  REL"
        .AutoFilter Field:=22, Operator:=xlFilterValues, Criteria2:=Array(2, Format(Date - 1, "m/d/yyyy"))
'        .AutoFilter Field:=22, Operator:=xlFilterValues, Criteria2:=Array(2, Format(Date, "m/d/yyyy"))
                
        rgTarg.Formula = rgTarg.Value

' This adds the same value to another cell
        Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("B9").Value = rgTarg.Value

'        .AutoFilter     'Turn filters off
    End With
End With

Sheets("MDL - Summary").Select
'    Range("C4").Select
    
End Sub

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Thank You!!  -R-
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