help deleting a formula

Sharkie21

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I created a macros that sets the value in "majority" of the cells to be the value of the cell above it with Range(cell).value = "= " & cellAboveValue. I did this because I don't know the value the cell will be until maybe 10 records later.

Now I want to convert the formula in each cell with the actual number it is.

ex:
A3.value = "=" & A2
A2.value = "=" & A1
A1.value = 3

Now I want it to be
A3.value = 3
A2.value = 3
A1.value = 3
 

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