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What's the equivalent of the following Excel code in VBA?

=MATCH(A1,Ranged_Name,0)

where Ranged_Name is a ranged name on the workbook level.

In both a worksheet cell and VBA:

Sub dural() MsgBox Evaluate("Match(A1,Range_Name,0)") End Sub

**EDIT#1:**

Based on the Comments, a better alternative:

Sub dural() Dim r1 As Range, r2 As Range, v As Variant, wf As WorksheetFunction Set r1 = Sheets("Sheet1").Range("A1") Set r2 = Range("Range_Name") Set wf = Application.WorksheetFunction v = wf.Match(r1, r2, 0) MsgBox v End Sub

and to use `Find()`

:

Sub larud() Dim r1 As Range, r2 As Range, v As Variant Set r1 = Sheets("Sheet1").Range("A1") Set r2 = Range("Range_Name") v = r2.Find(What:=r1.Value, After:=r2(1)).Row MsgBox v End Sub

**How to convert an excel formula into macro vba code,** Since sample data is not available therefore I'm assuming,,. Sheet 1 Column O , Names to be searched in O2:O10 . Sheet 2 has Clasification Re: Convert Cell Formula to VBA Code. hi minitman, to record the macro, the formula must first be working properly. also, close any userforms before recording the macro. try closing everything and restart excel. use a simple formula , record macro,F2, enter and see VBE. if this still fails then let me know again. thanks

To add one more:

Dim r With Activesheet r = Application.Match(.Range("A1").Value, Range("Ranged_Name"), 0) End with If Not IsError(r) Then 'got a match End If

**Convert Excel formula into VBA Macro,** How do I convert an Excel formula to a macro? (1) To use a function in VBA when it is available in native Excel, you need to preface each function with Application.WorksheetFunction. ie: x = Application.WorksheetFunction.Sum(y,z) (2) To reference a cell within a sheet, in VBA, you need to access it specifically, in one of a few ways.

You can either use Range().Find or Evaluate() your Match, if the sheet is the ActiveSheet.

**VBA VLOOKUP: How to Use Worksheet Functions in VBA [2019],** Recorder, click on the cell that contains your function, hit F2 and hit Enter. Convert excel formula to VBA code? Is there a simple way to convert excel formula to VBA code or user defined function? Thanks in advance, Mark

**How To Use The VBA Editor In Excel: Explained Step-By-Step,** editor is packed full of buttons, menus, and options. In Excel, CONCATENATE function can convert the column list to a list in a cell separated by commas. Please do as follow: 1.Select a blank cell adjacent to the list's first data, for instance, the cell C1, and type this formula =CONCATENATE(TRANSPOSE(A1:A7)&",") (A1:A7 is the column you will convert to comma serrated list, "," indicates the separator you want to separate the list).

**Convert Excel Formula to VBA,** You need 2 changes: (1) To use a function in VBA when it is available in native Excel, you need to preface each function with Application. When you replace formulas with their values, Excel permanently removes the formulas. If you accidentally replace a formula with a value and want to restore the formula, click Undo immediately after you enter or paste the value. Select the cell or range of cells that contains the formulas.

**Convert excel formula to VBA code?,** Convert excel formula to VBA code? Is there a simple way to convert excel formula to VBA code or user defined function? Thanks in advance

##### Comments

- You may want to read about worksheet functions
- Might be an improvment to use the
`Worksheet.Evaluate`

method, rather than the`Application`

version? Otherwise, the result will vary according to which sheet is active. - I used Evaluate("Match('Sheet1'!A1,Range_Name,0)") and that also worked. :)
- @GarryWang See my
**EDIT#1** - @Gary'sStudent I surely feel like the student here. Thank you for the help!