Cell formula promlem - Excel macro

In summary, the user is having trouble with the formulae in their macro due to a "##Name" error. They have a dynamic range called Patientrange that they want to use in their formulae, but it is not working. They are seeking suggestions to fix the issue and have found a solution by putting the dynamic range in quotes in the formula.
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Hi

I have been having a problem with a section of my code in the macro that I've created. The problem is that the formulae that I want to use aren't working and soe I get a "##Name" error in the cells where the formula is supposed to have worked.

Patientrange = Range(PatAgeLet & "2" & ":" & PatAgeLet & Locator).Address
For Count = 2 To 6
FormulaRange1 = Range(Infocol & Count).Offset(0, 1).Address
FormulaRange2 = Range(Infocol & Count).Offset(0, 2).Address
NewRange = Range(FormulaRange1 & ":" & FormulaRange2).Select
With Selection
.NumberFormat = "0"
.HorizontalAlignment = xlCenter
.VerticalAlignment = xlBottom
.WrapText = False
.Orientation = 0
.AddIndent = False
.IndentLevel = 0
.ShrinkToFit = False
.ReadingOrder = xlContext
.MergeCells = True
End With
If Count = 2 Then
ActiveCell.Formula = "=MIN(PatientRange)"
ElseIf Count = 3 Then
ActiveCell.Formula = "=MAX(Patientrange)"
ElseIf Count = 4 Then
ActiveCell.Formula = "=MEDIAN(Patientrange)"
ElseIf Count = 5 Then
ActiveCell.Value = Rangarrsize
ElseIf Count = 6 Then
ActiveCell.Formula = "=COUNTIF(Patientrange, ""<=40"")"
End If
Next Count

As you can see by this code Patientrange is a dynamic range and so this is the range that I want to use in my formulae. However, it just isn't working at all.

Any suggestions??
 
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Try dropping the .address from your range specifications.

I do not see where you have initialized Infocol.

Do not give up keep reading the help on how to specify a range.
 
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Thanks for the reply Integral. Sorry about that but I was only providing a segment of the code so that's why you saw that infocol wasn't initialised.

I'm not sure if you're interested at all, but I found out what the problem was. When you specify the formula with the dynamic range you must put the dynamic range in quotes so instead of having ActiveCell.Formula = "=MEDIAN(Patientrange)" you must have ActiveCell.Formula = "=MEDIAN(" & Patientrange & ")".
 

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