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Default @ operator inconsistency in VBA .formula

Following the introduction of dynamic array formula the @ symbol has automatically appeared in front of many formula where excel has deemed that 'implicit intersection' ought to be enabled - ie SPILLing is not intended.

However the "@" symbol is not there if you attempt a selection.formula command in VBA.

ie in excel cell A1 might show "[email protected](..." and in VBA range("A1").formula would return "=INDEX(..."

Can anyone suggest a method for returning the formula as visible in excel, including the @ symbol?

Thanks

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"StuartBisset" wrote in message
Following the introduction of dynamic array formula the @ symbol has
automatically appeared in front of many formula where excel has deemed
that 'implicit intersection' ought to be enabled - ie SPILLing is not
intended.

However the "@" symbol is not there if you attempt a selection.formula
command in VBA.

ie in excel cell A1 might show "[email protected](..." and in VBA
range("A1").formula would return "=INDEX(..."

Can anyone suggest a method for returning the formula as visible in excel,
including the @ symbol?

Thanks


Have you tried Formula2

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