Replace Formula

How can I replace  "=RC[-10]*RC[-5]"
with  

 "=IFERROR(VLOOKUP(TODAY(),Holidays!B$2:D$9,3,0),1)*E13*J13"



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 Range("O10").FormulaR1C1 = "Day's Total Earned Inc"
        Range("O11:O" & row - 1).FormulaR1C1 = "=RC[-10]*RC[-5]"
        Range("O11:O" & row - 1).Style = "Comma"  


 "=IFERROR(VLOOKUP(TODAY(),Holidays!B$2:D$9,3,0),1)*E13*J13"
leezacAsked:
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byundtConnect With a Mentor Commented:
When you set the .Formula property, make sure that the formula text is appropriate for the first cell in the range (O11). Excel VBA will handle the relative and absolute addressing bits for the other cells in the range.

Should the formula for row 11 be using E13*J13 or E11*J11? Your most recent Comment talks about both.

The IFERROR will return either a value from column D in Holidays worksheet or 1. So either way you get something to multiply by the product of column E and J.
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brendanmeyerCommented:
Range("O10").FormulaR1C1 = "Day's Total Earned Inc"
        Range("O11:O" & row - 1).FormulaR1C1 = "=IFERROR(VLOOKUP(TODAY(),Holidays!B$2:D$9,3,0),1)*E13*J13"
        Range("O11:O" & row - 1).Style = "Comma"   

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Is this what you are wanting? Or how are you trying to replace it?
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leezacAuthor Commented:
That is what I was thinking, but the old formula uses  "=RC[-10]*RC[-5]"


I need  "=IFERROR(VLOOKUP(TODAY(),Holidays!B$2:D$9,3,0),1)*E13*J13"
to be entered starting at O11

The formula works if I add to a cell manually.  But the former code enters it using vba using just
"=RC[-10]*RC[-5]"
but I needed to modify it thus the new formula but not sure how to add it.  Why I am posting.
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byundtCommented:
Try:
Range("O11:O" & row - 1).FormulaR1C1 = "=IFERROR(VLOOKUP(TODAY(),Holidays!R2C[-13]:R9C[-11],3,0),1)*R[2]C[-10]*R[2]C[-5]"

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Note that the formula in O11 will be looking at values in E13 and J13 (i.e. two rows lower).
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leezacAuthor Commented:
That did not work - I am attaching a sample file.  I need to use If Active sheet.name etc.

I need the formula to copy down column starting at O11.


The formula checks for Todays date on the Holiday Table

Thanks
ee---workdays-multipliers--2-.zip
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byundtCommented:
You need to define a value for the variable Row in your macro.

Also, ActiveSheet is a VBA keyword that points to the worksheet that is currently active. You don't need to Dim it.

The code snippet below fixes both problems and illustrates how to put the formulas in column O two ways: one using R1C1 notation as requested, and another using A1 notation that you may find easier to understand.
Sub Enterformula()
Dim Row As Long
Row = 15
If Activesheet.Name = "Variance Check" Then
        Range("O10").FormulaR1C1 = "Day's Total Earned Inc"
        
        'Set formulas in column O using R1C1 notation
        Range("O11:O" & Row - 1).FormulaR1C1 = "=IFERROR(VLOOKUP(TODAY(),Holidays!R2C[-13]:R9C[-11],3,0),1)*R[2]C[-10]*R[2]C[-5]"
        
        'Set formulas in column O using A1 notation
        Range("O11:O" & Row - 1).Formula = "=IFERROR(VLOOKUP(TODAY(),Holidays!B$2:D$9,3,0),1)*E13*J13"
        
        Range("O11:O" & Row - 1).Style = "Comma"
    End If

End Sub

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leezacAuthor Commented:
Thank you - Iam working on adding the above

I also need if I use this formula then if there is no match to Today's date then  it still multiplies  E13*J13.

Range("O11:O" & row - 1).Formula = "=IFERROR(VLOOKUP(TODAY(),Holidays!B$2:D$9,3,0),1)*E11*J11"
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leezacAuthor Commented:
It should be E11*J11
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