vlookup formula error

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Range("d14").Formula = "VLOOKUP(H14,'\\Office_server\My Documents\Thames Valley\[Thames Valley Database.xls]Employee Contacts'!$B$16:$I$137,2,FALSE)"

the above works when emtered in excel on the sheet itself but when yhou switch to vba mode and try to input it it does not can anyone explain why???

am i correct in thinking range.formula is the right way to put a formula in cells
 

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Range("d14").Formula = "=VLOOKUP(H14,'\\Office_server\My Documents\Thames Valley\[Thames Valley Database.xls]Employee Contacts'!$B$16:$I$137,2,FALSE)"
 
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