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I have some VBA Formula -  

.Range("AO2").Formula = "=[Controls FI.xlsm]Control_Sheet!$K$5"

It picks up a date from K5 the file Controls FI

I am getting "Application defined or object defined error" when it attempts to step through the above line

Can anyone suggest why this is?

Many thanks
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Haris Djulic earned 2000 total points
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Hi,

issue here is the space in the file name of the excel file from where you are reading the value.

Corrected formula is : .Range("AO2").Formula = "='[Controls FI.xlsm]Control_Sheet'!$K$5"

Notice the
'
 which i added...
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Thanks!
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