capture by the hour

jtbrown1955

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I have some data coming into a spreadsheet. It is real time. Each hour, I run a macro to capture this data and copy that hourly reading to another cell. Each hour, this macro copies to another cell keeping the first. And so on. This way, I can keep a trend of these readings. How can I automate this? I may not always be at my desk.

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jtbrown1955

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Tazguy37 said:
Have a look here under "Starting A Timer Process." Hope that helps!

Thanks, I'll look through this and see what I can do with it. Looks at first glance like it will help.

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