I am trying to clean up an excel file using several lines of code; everything from cleaning up the headers to adding / deleting columns. I am trying to insert a somewhat complex formula into a column, programatically. Please see attached source file. I inserted the code into a module in the background, but it keeps erroring out. It's like my formula formatting is incorrect. But if I manually insert the formula, it works fine. I simply want to insert the formula in the first column where ANY data appears in column B. I wasn't able to find the logic for the "where data appears in column B" part, but that's what I'm trying, however each time I try with the enclosed code, I get a compiler error. What I ultimately need to do is attach the corresponding location (store) number to the line items, as that detail is only shown in a total line. So if my formula needs to change, so be it. But I can't seem to get it in there automatically. Export.xls
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