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Run time Error 1004 on Excel Macro

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Hi, check my Macro on the "WTD Commentary", I am getting an Application -defined or obeject-defined error.Runtime Error 2004.
Its occuring on the line of code
        ActiveCell.FormulaR1C1 = _
        "=VLOOKUP(RC[-4],'[" & myfilename & "]" & MYSHEETNAME & "'!" & myrangename & ",16,FALSE)"

You need to have both Excel spreadsheets open at the same time when you run the Macro. Any ideas why?
WTD-Commentary-17112014.xlsm
DAILY-GSFI-PL-20141107.xlsx
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Question by:Justincut
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You are populating FormulaR1C1, but using a standard addressing for the data table in myrangename. The result is
  =VLOOKUP(RC[-4],'[WTD-Commentary-17112014.xlsm]Hedges Exposure'!$D$7:$Z$50,16,FALSE)
but, as the commented example in your macro below that line shows, you need R1C1 addressing.
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myrangename = ActiveSheet.Range("D7:Z50").Address(ReferenceStyle := xlR1C1)

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will do for this formula, but you have more of them in the macro, all requiring adjustment. Since they use static references, it should not be difficult to do so.
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