MACRO DON'T WORK

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Worked right away for me. Are you sure you put the code in the worksheet's code module and not in a regular module? To view the worksheet's code module, right-click on the sheet's tab, and select "View Code". Then paste in the macro from the page you refer to (by the way, you left off a "p" at the end of the link).

HTH,

Russell
This message was edited by Russell Hauf on 2002-08-30 09:43
 
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On 2002-08-30 09:42, Russell Hauf wrote:
Worked right away for me. Are you sure you put the code in the worksheet's code module and not in a regular module? To view the worksheet's code module, right-click on the sheet's tab, and select "View Code". Then paste in the macro from the page you refer to (by the way, you left off a "p" at the end of the link).

HTH,

Russell
This message was edited by Russell Hauf on 2002-08-30 09:43
Sorry, I have done what you wrote.It doesn't
work to me.
I see change the pointer but no colours.
Any idea?
Thanks
 
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On 2002-08-30 11:22, verluc wrote:
On 2002-08-30 09:42, Russell Hauf wrote:
Worked right away for me. Are you sure you put the code in the worksheet's code module and not in a regular module? To view the worksheet's code module, right-click on the sheet's tab, and select "View Code". Then paste in the macro from the page you refer to (by the way, you left off a "p" at the end of the link).

HTH,

Russell
This message was edited by Russell Hauf on 2002-08-30 09:43
Sorry, I have done what you wrote.It doesn't
work to me.
I see change the pointer but no colours.
Any idea?
Thanks
 
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Sorry, I have done what you wrote.It doesn't
work to me.
I see change the pointer but no colours.
Any idea?
Thanks
[/quote]

The pointer changes ?? But no colours ?
The workbook you sent worked for me...I wonder if it is something else...Long shot
try changing the mouse if possible
 
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On 2002-08-31 00:12, Ivan F Moala wrote:
Sorry, I have done what you wrote.It doesn't
work to me.
I see change the pointer but no colours.
Any idea?
Thanks
[/quote]

The pointer changes ?? But no colours ?
The workbook you sent worked for me...I wonder if it is something else...Long shot
try changing the mouse if possible

[/quote]
Hi Excel friend,

A last try.
I open a new workbook.In this new workbook I copied your macro in the sheet1 module.
Then I return to sheet1 and this sheet is blanco.Must your macro then already work or have I to fill in something in that sheet?
Thanks.
 
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On 2002-08-31 00:12, Ivan F Moala wrote:
Sorry, I have done what you wrote.It doesn't
work to me.
I see change the pointer but no colours.
Any idea?
Thanks
[/quote]

The pointer changes ?? But no colours ?
The workbook you sent worked for me...I wonder if it is something else...Long shot
try changing the mouse if possible

[/quote]
Hi Excel friend,

A last try.
I open a new workbook.In this new workbook I copied your macro in the sheet1 module.
Then I return to sheet1 and this sheet is blanco.Must your macro then already work or have I to fill in something in that sheet?
Thanks.
 
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Ever since we got Office 2000 at work, a common problem has be the default security settings (ie, "HIGH") that disables all macros. I've gotten many panic phone calls that have been solved by a security reset to "LOW". Have you checked that?
Tom
PS - the code worked for me. Cool code.
PPS - Ivan, at the risk of sounding picky, it'll highlight multiple rows, but not multiple columns. Will there be a version 1.1?


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This message was edited by Tom Morales on 2002-08-31 10:29
 
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On 2002-08-31 03:07, verluc wrote:
On 2002-08-31 00:12, Ivan F Moala wrote:
Sorry, I have done what you wrote.It doesn't
work to me.
I see change the pointer but no colours.
Any idea?
Thanks

The pointer changes ?? But no colours ?
The workbook you sent worked for me...I wonder if it is something else...Long shot
try changing the mouse if possible

[/quote]
Hi Excel friend,

A last try.
I open a new workbook.In this new workbook I copied your macro in the sheet1 module.
Then I return to sheet1 and this sheet is blanco.Must your macro then already work or have I to fill in something in that sheet?
Thanks.
[/quote]
Hi Ivan,

By testing above,I have found that,when I look to the active cell,in the menu-bar, the conditionel formatting gives me the right colour.Can that maybe a set to found a solution?
Thanks
 
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On 2002-09-01 03:38, verluc wrote:
On 2002-08-31 03:07, verluc wrote:
On 2002-08-31 00:12, Ivan F Moala wrote:
Sorry, I have done what you wrote.It doesn't
work to me.
I see change the pointer but no colours.
Any idea?
Thanks

The pointer changes ?? But no colours ?
The workbook you sent worked for me...I wonder if it is something else...Long shot
try changing the mouse if possible
Hi Excel friend,

A last try.
I open a new workbook.In this new workbook I copied your macro in the sheet1 module.
Then I return to sheet1 and this sheet is blanco.Must your macro then already work or have I to fill in something in that sheet?
Thanks.
[/quote]
Hi Ivan,

By testing above,I have found that,when I look to the active cell,in the menu-bar, the conditionel formatting gives me the right colour.Can that maybe a set to found a solution?
Thanks
[/quote]
Someone have any idea?
 
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