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Hi Experts,

Need help on formatting in attached WB.
in attached WB - VBA Code perform one task, in which it put formulas in cells. Desire result is as I wanted but formatting is my concerns. in attached yellow highlighted cells is desire format I want but Code wont.

Please tell me how to over come & achieve desire result?


Thanks
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Hi, I believe this will do what you are after.  It will create the number formatting that you specified in the yellow highlighted cells for the entire range of your data.  I set it to run after the initial code runs.
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