Need help with VBA Vlook up Function (Run-time error '438' Object doesn't support this property or method)

I am using the following code to do a Vlook up and get Runtime error :438 in the If Not (Application.WorksheetFunction.IsEmpty(Application.VLookup(Application.WorksheetFunction.CONCATENATE(.Range("D2").Value, .Range("N36").Value), Garantia_Reais_rng, 7, False))) Then Line code.Pardon my Bad coding, I am fairly new to VBA.

If Not IsEmpty(.Range("D2").Value) Or IsEmpty(.Range("N36").Value) Then
       If .Range("L36").Value = "Liquid Security" Then
           If Not (Application.WorksheetFunction.IsEmpty(Application.VLookup(Application.WorksheetFunction.CONCATENATE(.Range("D2").Value, .Range("N36").Value), Garantia_Liq_rng, 7, False))) Then
           .Range("Q36").Value = Application.WorksheetFunction.VLookup(Application.WorksheetFunction.CONCATENATE(.Range("D2").Value, .Range("N36").Value), Garantia_Liq_rng, 7, False)
           .Range("Q36").Value = 0
           End If
           If Not (Application.WorksheetFunction.IsEmpty(Application.VLookup(Application.WorksheetFunction.CONCATENATE(.Range("D2").Value, .Range("N36").Value), Garantia_Reais_rng, 7, False))) Then
           .Range("Q36").Value = Application.WorksheetFunction.VLookup(Application.WorksheetFunction.CONCATENATE(.Range("D2").Value, .Range("N36").Value), Garantia_Reais_rng, 7, False)
           .Range("Q36").Value = 0
           End If
        End If
        End If

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NorieAnalyst Assistant Commented:
You shouldn't try to do the whole thing all in one go and you should use Application.function instead of Application.WorksheetFunction.function.

As for the how to exactly fix the code, what is it you are looking up and where are you looking for it?
Fabrice LambertConsultingCommented:
Waaaaa !!!! (not even gona try to debug that)

Use references to make your code more readable, and shorter ...

Also, worksheetFunctions arn't the only way to perform the desired operations.
For instance: Application.WorksheetFunction.CONCATENATE(.Range("D2").Value, .Range("N36").Value)
can easily be replaced by: .Range("D2").Value & .Range("N36").Value

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