Expected End of Statement "001"

CRMTHB

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Hi,

I am trying to attach the following into an existing macro:

ActiveCell.FormulaR1C1 = "=VLOOKUP((LEFT(A3,4)&"001"),'GP IMPORT'!$C:$T,18,0)"

I keep getting an error highlighting the 001 section of this. "Compile Error. Expected: end of Statement"

Where have I gone wrong?

Thanks
 

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FormR

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Hi, an easy way to get the correct syntax in VBA is to use the macro recorder whilst manually entering the formula in the worksheet.

You could try:

Code:
ActiveCell.Formula = "=VLOOKUP((LEFT(A3,4)&""001""),'GP IMPORT'!$C:$T,18,0)"
 

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