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1)Cells((r + rowTO), MedianUETFinterceptTo) = Application.WorksheetFunction.Median(Round(Cells(r + rowTO, uETFinterceptTO))) 2)Cells((r + rowTO), MedianUETFinterceptTo) = Application.WorksheetFunction.Median(Cells(r + rowTO, uETFinterceptTO)) Any 1 can tell me why the 1st coding can be run but the 2nd coding gv me the "Unable to get the Median property of the WorksheetFunction class'' run time error 1004 ?? The 1st coding can be run but it gv me with the 0 result.....any 1 can tell me what the difference with using ''Round'' and without using ''Round'' ??
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