Excel Formula vba

with the help of Expert Jeff Darling, (Thanks)
attached has been working fine, (for 10-15 columns).

I needed to add more columns into it.

1- how can I copy the formula From Column "D", to the rest of the columns (Column "E" to Column "EW") - macro
2- After Column BB, The formula doesn't seem to get results.

Any help is appreciated.

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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
Do a copy of one of the cells that has the formula and then pastespecial formulas into the new cells.
W.E.BAuthor Commented:
the formula is always +1 column

And then , one row
Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
I don't think I can help. Let me suggest that you send an EE Message to Jeff and ask if he can help with this question.
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W.E.BAuthor Commented:
thanks for trying,
not sure how to send Jeff a direct message
Just expand the NewZoneXref name  and add all rows to it
you can go to formula-manage names and add the rest of rows
W.E.BAuthor Commented:
Hi FarWest,
where do I expand the NewZoneXref name  and add all rows to it .
and the Formula =Price!$C$4:$AB$108

can you please help on the sample sheet

You problem is the range NewZoneXRef on the Price table. It only covers upto row51, hence you get the errors for the remaining rows.

Its current range is $C$4:$AB$57, it should be $C$4:$AB$108

Every time you add more columns you need to extend that named region
Press CTRL C and it will pop up, other answers came in as I was checking mine :(
W.E.BAuthor Commented:
Where do I change this?
$C$4:$AB$57, it should be $C$4:$AB$108

no problem
just go to  "Formulas"  tab - Name Manager, select the  NewZoneXref  name, down the pop-up you will find the old range,
change it to new range (modify 57 to be 108) and then press the yes check button

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check this from office support page to know more about name range and how to manage them (excel 2010)

W.E.BAuthor Commented:
I edited the formula, I still don't get the price
I get    #REF!
W.E.BAuthor Commented:
thank you Farwest,
it's working.
The attached sheet has 150 columns, the lookup table only has 102 rows, so you see data upto column 102 (DA)
W.E.BAuthor Commented:
Thank you
you don't have to edit the formula
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