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Posted on 2013-11-15
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I recently changed the Position of my amount originally in J2 and all subsequent ones to the H2 Cell... I have the following code that adds a formula storting in J4 that does H4/J$2 but now that I moved this I need the formula to look at H4/H$4 .... How can I modify this code to accomplish this?  

Dim vRow As Long
 vRow = Cells(Rows.Count, 10).End(xlUp).Row
 Intersect(Rows("4:" & vRow), Range("J:J,N:N,R:R,V:V,Z:Z,AD:AD,AH:AH,AL:AL,AP:AP,AT:AT,AX:AX,BB:BB")).FormulaR1C1 = "=RC[-2]/R2C"

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Hi Joe,

The part of that which has the formula is "=RC[-2]/R2C"
That uses "r1c1" notation, which refers to rows and columns (both absolute references, and relative to where the cell is). The "RC[-2]" means "same row, 2 columns to the left" which is what references column H from J.
"R2C" means "row 2, same column" which is what is J2. You should change it to R2C[-2] which would be H$2 (or "same column as the numerator, but row 2 of that column instead"

Matt

EDIT: if you always want the demoninator to be $H$2, then change R2C to R2C8. Doesn't sound like that's exactly what you want though.
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