Commannd Button to clear cell on different sheet

tedc

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How do I get a command button to clear a value on a different sheet, yet keep the formula in the cell

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Albert 1

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E.g.:

Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()
With Worksheets("Sheet2") 'In stead of Sheet2, typ the really name of your sheet
If .Range("E1").Value <> "" Then
.Range("E1").Value = ""
Else
.Range("E1").Formula = "=sum(A1:A4)" ' Example of a formula (totals A1:A4 in sheet2)
End If
End With
End Sub

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