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Array formula - applying { } to a range of data

Posted on 2012-09-19
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Hi Experts

Is there a quick way to apply { formula } to a range of data as opposed
To going intO each cell and hitting CRTL + SHIFT + RETURN

Note - each cell in the range has a different formula in it.
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Ingeborg Hawighorst (Microsoft MVP / EE MVE) earned 2000 total points
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Hello,

No.

If you want to enter an array formula, you need to edit each cell and Ctrl-Shift-Enter the formula. Or, use VBA to cycle through the cells and array enter them.

There is another type of multiple cell array, where you select a range of cells, enter a formula into the cell and confirm with Ctrl-Shift-Enter, but without knowing what formula you are using, it's hard to tell if that is a workaround for your situation.

Here is the VBA code to turn the selected cells into array-entered cells:

Sub arrayEnter()
Dim cel As Range
For Each cel In Selection
    cel.FormulaArray = cel.Formula
Next cel
End Sub

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Paste the code into the VBE (righ-click the sheet tab, select "View Code", paste the code into the code window). Ctrl-click to select the desired cells, change to the VBE, click inside the code and hit F5.

cheers, teylyn
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by:route217
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Thanks for the feedback Teylyn

How would u use vBa to complete the task - please..
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route, I edited my first comment before you posted your follow-up. If you still have questions, please pipe up.

cheers, teylyn
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by:route217
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Apologies...
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No need to apologize. Glad that my suggestion helped. Thanks for the grade!
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