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I am receiving "Compile Error: Expected List Separator or)" error message. Can anyone help me with whats causing the error message with the below code.

Only change i made was in the last bracket i replaced "Delta" with "Range("AO294").Text"

Sub MyPvt() ' ' MyPvt Macro '

' ActiveSheet.PivotTables("MyPvt").PivotFields( _ "[Append1].[Manufacturer].[Manufacturer]").VisibleItemsList = Array( _ "[Append1].[Manufacturer].&[Range("AO294").Text]"

End Sub

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Question by:Dokat
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by:Qlemo
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You are missing a closing ) at the very end of the line.
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by:Dokat
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I added the closing ) now I don't get error message but it doesn't update my filter selection when I ran the macro. Can you please help

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by:Qlemo
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Of course you removed the ' in front of the line?
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where do i need to put the ' in front of the line?
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Sub MyPvt() ' ' MyPvt Macro '

ActiveSheet.PivotTables("MyPvt").PivotFields( _ "[Append1].[Manufacturer].[Manufacturer]").VisibleItemsList = Array( _ "[Append1].[Manufacturer].&[Range("AO294").Text]")

End Sub

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