Calculation in code to give value in cell

merry_fay

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I'm probably being really stupid here, but I just can't seem to get a hard-coded value in my output cells based on a calculation in the code.

Simply, I want to do:

Code:
Range("G2:G50").Value ="=RC[-1]/100"

But have the results in G2:G50 as values rather than formulae.

I could put in the formula then copy & paste as values, but surely there's a way to just get values in the cells without the extra step?!

Thanks
 

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Shade all formula cells
To shade all formula cells: Home, Find & Select, Formulas to select all formulas. Then apply a light fill color.
Using the formula is as easy as any other method:
Code:
With Range("G2:G50")
.FormulaR1C1 ="=RC[-1]/100"
.Value2 = .Value2
End with
 
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