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Macro to add "product" (formula value) to cell range

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I was wondering if someone could assist in helping me define a macro/function that adds calculated values to a cell range in Excel.

Please see attached XLS for details.

Thanks,
EEH
Add-records-to-table--cell-range.xlsx
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This should do it:

Dim i

Private Sub Workbook_Open()
i = 13
End Sub

Sub AddRecord()

Cells(i, 6).Value = Cells(2, 2).Value
i = i + 1


End Sub

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Kimputer:

I've added your recommended code to a module.   See attached XLSM.

At this time, it generates an error.

Not sure what's missing.

EEH
Add-records-to-table--cell-range.xlsm
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My code should be in ThisWorkbook, not Module1 (because The Open Workbook routine has to be there, otherwise the first row isn't initialised)
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Kimputer:

Ok... I moved it into ThisWorkbook... still, I get an error (see attached JPG).
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I checked again, the code works. Just re-assign macro to the button.
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Got it... works great!   Thanks for the help, Kimputer.
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