troubleshooting Question

Formula to subtract one column from another

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Hi,

I need to put a formula into a blank column that subtracts the date in another column from Today and returns the number of workdays. This is a line in a VBA macro.

The catch is that it need to do it for every row where column A is not "blank/null".

To restate, every row where column A is not blank, subtract the date from column G and insert the number of workdays into column H.

I think it might start something like this?

 Sheets("Sheet1").Range("H2:H" & Range("A2").End(xlDown).Row).FormulaR1C1 = "=?"

I'm just not sure what should be where the =? is. I couldn't say "=Today()-G" without specifying a row# right?

Any help would be appreciated.

swjtx99
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Saqib Husain
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