I am not sure, but I think you need to end the top line with a quote mark 
then the & and similar to that with the bottom line qand start with a quote 
" mark", may have to experiment with the Quotes to get it right. Hope it 
helps. Thanks, David

On Friday, March 2, 2018 at 8:37:27 AM UTC-8, Johnny wrote:
> I'm having trouble breaking this line in VBA.
> Range("T2").FormulaR1C1 = 
> "=COUNTIF(RC17,""<94"")+COUNTIF(RC18,""<89"")+COUNTIF(RC19,""<90"") _
> +COUNTIF(RC12,"">3.46"")+COUNTIF(RC13,"">2.82"")+COUNTIF(RC14,"">2.44"")+COUNTIF(RC15,"">2.31"")+COUNTIF(RC16,"">2.67"")"
> I put the space and underscore after that parenthesis, and I tried 
> breaking it after the "+" sign
> I'm wondering if the problem is the type of statement I'm writing? Any 
> help would be much appreciated
> John

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