.formula in vba

tibetors

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Hi guys, I am trying to take the difference of two cells using a formula, but could not get it to work. Could you tell me what's wrong with my code?

Code:
Sheets("RAPOR").Cells(x, 5).Formula = "=" & Cells(x, 3).Address&"-"&Cells(x, 3).Address

When I run it, I get an error saying "Expected end statement."

Thanks!
 

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Domenic

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Try adding a space before and after the ampersand...

Code:
Sheets("RAPOR").Cells(x, 5).Formula = "=" & Cells(x, 3).Address & "-" & Cells(x, 3).Address

Although, it looks like you're referencing the same cell.
 

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