Complicated Macros VS. Formulas

SydneyGeek

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I agree with the comments here -- you use what you need to get the job done. The beauty of this Board is that you often see several ways to get the job done -- some code and some formula, in the same post.

I sometimes find that if I use summary calcs like SUMPRODUCT, they can slow the workbook down to a crawl. So, particularly if the range sizes keep changing, I tend to create the formulas in code and then convert them to values.

Denis
 

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