Not able to copy a VBA array with formulas into an Excel range

musicgold

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Hi,
I am trying to transfer the contents of an array into a range of Excel (red line in the code below). Though I am able to do that when the array has values, however, it is giving me an error when the array has formulas.
How can I get this to work?

Rich (BB code):
          Dim Vma As Variant
 ...
          TotalRows = .Range("Spread").Count

          Vma = Application.Transpose(.Range("Spread"))
           
          
           For i = TotalRows To 1 Step -1   

           Vma(i) = "=RC[-2]- RC[-1])"

           Next
            
           .Range("Spread") = Application.WorksheetFunction.Transpose(Vma) 
 ...

Thanks

MG.
 

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