Importing data disables equations in VBA

I import worksheets This_ws and Ref_ws, each from a separate workbook, into a master workbook,

I create the following equation in This_ws in the master workbook.

=INDEX(Ref_ws!H:H,MATCH(This_ws1!B:B,Ref_ws!B:B,0))

The code that creates the equation in This_ws is:
Range(Cells(2, 15), Cells(LastRow, 15)).Formula = "=INDEX(Ref_ws!H:H,MATCH(This_ws1!B:B,Ref_ws!B:B,0))"

The problem is that, if Ref_ws exists when I open the workbook and I try and run the macro to import and populate the equation in This_ws, the equation yields an #N/A (value not found) error.

I have to always import the Ref_ws (even if it already exists in the master workbook) and THEN run the macro to import and populate This_ws for the equation to work.
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Saurabh Singh TeotiaCommented:
Your formula should be...

Range(Cells(2, 15), Cells(LastRow, 15)).Formula = "=INDEX(Ref_ws!H:H,MATCH(This_ws1!B2,Ref_ws!B:B,0))"

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Also when you say importing?? From where you are importing this??


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EdLBAuthor Commented:
Bam. That worked. Thanks! That has been bugging me for months.
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Saurabh Singh TeotiaCommented:
You are welcome.. Always happy to help.. :-)

Saurabh...
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