No, that didn't work.
The quotes are so that the loaded formula will have quotes on either side of UF.ComboBox1's value. This is necessary for the MATCH function.
I don't know if it's textbook or not, but whenever I've been loading a formula into a cell via VBA and needed some quotes to actually be a part of the formula inside the cell, I've always typed twice as many quote signs and it's always worked. I'm self-taught; so, that may be a bad idea, but it's always worked.
This code is inside a Module and I thought it might not like using the UserForm "stuff" here, but I've experimented with placing the UF.CB.Value in a cell and it worked and I experimented with putting this formula as a part of the UF's code module. All w/ no luck.
I load VLOOKUPs like this all the time. The only thing that is new (other than this is a MATCH being loaded via code instead of a VL) is that I'm placing the UF stuff in the formula. I don't recall if I've ever done that w/ a VL or not. But, like I said, none of the work-arounds I've tried seem to work either.
I'm open to any other ideas.