Excel Formula To VBA Code Batch Convert

Jul 22, 2014

I use a software to find relationship between some variables. this software can export results (excel mathematical formula) to a text or excel file. I need use this formulas in my VBA codes. but I should convert about 100-150 formula each time, hence this is very time consuming and hard to do that manually. I wondering if there is any macro code or third party software for that?

excel formulas are like this:

VB:
=((1/2)*((((EXP(EXP(EXP(-0.00159049260456001*$A1)))+2.36277505628942)/(LN(1.34876400300668*$B1))+(1/2)*((13.8900474312246)+(EXP(2.22254189839997*$C1)))))+(2.56256412775789*$D1/((1/2)*((1.34876400300668*$B1)+(EXP((1/2)*((EXP(-0.000633515788838835*$E1))+(-15.3575339156491)))))*(-15.3575339156491-1.31506071323009*$F1*EXP(EXP(2.22254189839997*$C1))))))*0.00300997948851126+-0.00736105020728091)

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