VB does not like the " character in certain commands -

velohead

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ActiveCell.Formula = "=if(a1>=6000,"PL","BS")"

The above formula (less VB gumff) works directly in an excel cell when typed in by hand ie =if(a1>=6000,"PL","BS") , but VB wont accept the above command to place the formula within the activecell.

Any ideas ?
 

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viquarshaikh

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Welcome to the board, mate
Code:
"=if(a1>=6000,""PL"",""BS"")"

hope this helps
 

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