How to upgrade this function, written in Excel 2003, to Excel 2010

Dakry

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Hi all, I've gotten this code, written in Excel 2003, and I'd like to apply it to my Excel 2010. The reason for this is because I can't seem to use my function for more than 65,000+ rows in Excel, whereas I have more than 100,000 rows that need to be calculated using this function.

Are there anyway to do this? Or has it ever been such a problem?

I'm not really sure about this so any ideas will be much appreciated. I can't post the code here because of Copyright.

Thank you very much in advance for any ideas or any clarifications.

Dakry.
 

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alansidman

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Without seeing your code, how do you expect anyone to know how to adjust it to meet your needs? Other than the row limitation, you have not indicated what this code does or what it should do? I'm not sure about others, but the mods took away my crystal ball last week. Help us to help you. More information or partial code explaining the issue.
 
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