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Trying to write a SumProduct formula (using double negative method ) in VBA

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I'm trying to recreate this formula in VBA and getting a "Type mismatch" error. Able to do it via R1C1 and then .filldown, but explicitly trying to avoid that has it's super slow in the real data set.

Can't figure out what I'm doing wrong. I've used this method in simpler SumIf formulas before...

Sub WriteFormulas()
    
    Dim rQnty As Range, rName As Range, rDate As Range
    Dim vQnty As Variant, vName As Variant, vDate As Variant
    Dim j As Double, dValue As Double

    With ThisWorkbook.Worksheets(1)
        Set rQnty = .Range("A2:A10")
        Set rName = .Range("B2:B10")
        Set rDate = .Range("C2:C10")
    End With
        
    vQnty = rQnty.Value
    vName = rName.Value
    vDate = rDate.Value
    
    For j = 1 To UBound(vQnty)
        dValue = WorksheetFunction.SumProduct((rQnty), --(rName = vName(j, 1)), --(rDate = vDate(j, 1)))
    Next j
   
    'Range("D2").FormulaR1C1 = "=SUMPRODUCT(RC[-3]:R[8]C[-3],--(RC[-2]:R[8]C[-2]=""John""),--(RC[-1]:R[8]C[-1]=""Jan""))"
   
End Sub
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