Goalseek VBA

fenerian

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The range I want to change using goalseek changes but it is always the max value in range(d77:s77).

So I am trying to choose the one cell range that has the max value in ChangingCell:= part of goalseek.

What I have rigth now:
Range("F78").GoalSeek Goal:=Range("d70"), ChangingCell:=**Range("d77")**

Thanks in advance.
 

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Hi fenerian
Welcome to the board

Try:

Code:
Dim rMax As Range
 
Set rMax = Range("D77:S77").Find(Application.WorksheetFunction.Max(Range("D77:S77")))
 
Range("F78").GoalSeek Goal:=Range("d70"), ChangingCell:=rMax
 
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