Problems with entering formula

Matt

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Have tried many variations but cannot work out where I'm going wrong. Would appreciate some help. The formula works fine until I introduce the cell.offset(0,-1) variable.

cell.Formula = "=TRIM(LEFT(" & cell.Offset(0, -1).Value & "" & ",2))"

thanks

Matt
 

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Matt

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Aaah, what a fool I am, thanks Andrew, hopefully my hair will start growing back now!
 

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