macro to increase the value of a cell each time its run

mani_singh

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macro to increase the value of a cell each time its run

thats pretty much what i need ! LOL

thanks everyone in advance
 

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daniels012

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Each time the macro is run or each time the file is opened or each time the sheet is activated??

We need a bit more detail and maybe a little more description of what you are trying to accomplish.

Michael
 

mani_singh

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no probs - i have a macro which does a lot of stuff on the main menu of the service i want it to have a single cell count i need a bit of code to increment this cell value by one each time the macro is run!

thank you guys and girls!
 

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