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Formula Problem 2

Posted on 2013-11-03
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Hi All,

I have this formula that I the compiler does not like:

Worksheets("Pre").Range(wraps.Address).Offset(0,-3).Formula = "=if(" & B1 & wraps.row& "*" & B2 & wraps.Row& * & B3 & wraps.Row& * & B4 & wraps.row& * & B5 & wraps.Row& ",1,0)"

The compiler is highlighting "*" in yellow.    I am pretty sure that I have the variables all defined correctly.

I am just trying to multiply.  

Any idea?

thanks,
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Worksheets("Pre").Range(wraps.Address).Offset(0, -3).Formula = "=if(" & B1 & wraps.Row & "*" & B2 & wraps.Row & "*" & B3 & wraps.Row & "*" & B4 & wraps.Row & "*" & B5 & wraps.Row & ",1,0)"
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