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# VBA fill formula of non consecutive range

Suppose I have formula in A1

I can do Range(“A1:A10”).FillDown

But how about if I want Excel fill formula of A10 ONLY? (bypass A2:A9)

Of course copy paste is a way. Any method beside copy paste?

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# Re: VBA fill formula of non consecutive range

If the cell/range references in the formula in A1 have only absolute row references (i.e. with \$ before the row numbers), you can use

Range("A10").Formula = Range("A1").Formula

But if there are relative row references (without \$ before the row numbers, that won't work). Copy / Paste or Copy / Paste Formulas is the way to go:

Range("A1").Copy Destination:=Range("A10")

or

Range("A1").Copy

Range("A10").PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteFormulas

# Re: VBA fill formula of non consecutive range

yes there are relative reference. I’ll have to use copy then. Thanks!