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Adding a "1" to the first cell in a new row

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EE Pros,

MartinLiss helped me with a Macro that works great.  However, when I fire off another Macro ("Priortize"), it only works if I have a "1" in the first cell of a newly created row.  All I need is a line that adds a "1" in a new line.  I've attached the workbook for you to take a quick look at.

Thank you in advance,

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Saqib Husain, Syed earned 500 total points
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Add this line to the NewestFinCase sub just before the End Sub line

    Range("A" & rngDesired.Row) = 1
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Quickest right answer I think I ever received!  Thank you ssaqubh.

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