- Apr 18, 2011
- Office Version
That means your code did not end, it is still running but only temporarily stopped at a breakpoint. Either click the small square icon in the "ribbon" under the menu bar or, alternately, click the Run menu bar item and then click the Reset item in the dropdown menu that appears to fully halt the program.At first I tried to run the macro with just a few numbers in the cells. I now changed the numbers to words and this time I get the following error message:
Can't execute code in break mode.
I am not sure what you are doing, but <tbody.[TR] is not VBA code (looks more like HTML tag information to me)... if you actually have that in your code, delete it as that would not be syntactically correct.The highlighted line in the code is indeed <tbody>[TR]
If doing the above doesn't make the code work correctly, then yes, post the workbook to DropBox and let us see exactly what you have.Does this help or should I upload the file?