Drop in and fill formula

Posted on 2015-02-17
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Last Modified: 2015-02-19

I have two pieces of formula that need to dropped into cells N2, O2 and filled down to how many rows our present in the sheet (count determined by Col A)

So if there are 2500 rows of data, the formula needs to fill (N2:O2500)

The formula in N  =VLOOKUP(K2,LOOKUP,7,0)
The formula in O  =VLOOKUP(K2,LOOKUP,4,0)

Many thanks
Question by:Seamus2626
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by:Phillip Burton
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and what's the problem?

Author Comment

ID: 40614609
Hi Phillip,

I need vb code to auto fill "N" & "O" formula based on the count of rows in Column A

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Phillip Burton earned 2000 total points
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Why not create a table, and then it can be autofilled?

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With Sheets("Data")
    R = .Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row
    .Range("N1").Value = "KAM FLAG"
    .Range("O1").Value = "KAM GAM FLAG"
    .Range("N2").Formula = "=VLOOKUP(K2,LOOKUP,7,0)"
    .Range("O2").Formula = "=VLOOKUP(K2,LOOKUP,4,0)"

    .Range("N2:O2").Copy .Range("N2:O" & R)

End With

that's what I needed Phillip!

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