ManyMany thanks the way you helped me out.
And just as with a nice diner.....there's sometimes the need for a nice dessert. In my case the dessert is the count of the cost based on the values for the headingnames in sheet.2 were for those names in sheet.3 a costvalue is registered (sheet.3 column.B is the name and column.D the cost).
Sheet.3; For Mister.X the value 50 is registered and for Mister.Y 100
What's nice to have (the dessert);
ps. In sheet.2 I had moved the column with the TextCodes to column.M.
In sheet.2 in column.J (perhaps you can give it the RangeName 'cost' so it can flow when inserting/deleting columns), I like to have the sum of the values for each column in the same row.
What you get is; Mister.X = value 10 - multiply with 50 from sheet.3 = 500. In the same record stands Mister.Y = value 6 - multiply with the value 100 in sheet.3 = 600.
This gives the sum of 500+600=1100. This should be then the value in column.J of that record in sheet.2.
If..... the name in sheet.2 isn't exist in sheet.3 column.B then, if there is a value registered in sheet.2, the cell should be marked red.
Another exception.... this count rule must only count if the last 2 digits of that record in sheet.2 column.M (thats the famous 'codes' RangeName) is "HR".
Is this a nice dessert or not. It should be great if I can enjoy this !!
ps. If easier you can make it a separate code to run.
And.... Thanks if possible to do (!)