Automatic Macro

Steven1985

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Can I run a macro without opening an excel spreadsheet? I dont have Windows Task Launcher either?
 

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JackDanIce

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No, since the macro is contained within the spreadsheet.

One alternative is to have another spreadsheet (e.g. a 'control' one) open that with the macro stored in it and use that to open whatever spreadsheet you (don't) want to open, perform whatever actions you want and then close that other sheet.
 
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