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How to change macro to enter date in cell After it runs?

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I need to add to a macro that I have. When the macro runs I need it to put today's date in the same Row that it updated an account in Column AF.
Example- Run macro > it puts a Letter in column A and places a date in column AF.
I have attached a file with the macro code inside it.
Thanks,
Jimi
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Can you check if this is what you want?
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PERFECT!!
Thanks Harry
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