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yee388

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It's a Worksheet_Change() event, in which you'll exit the macro if the change happens outside of the desired target range.

Hope this helps... if you need more infomation, please post more specifics about what you need to do.
 

onlyadrafter

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Hello,

FOr a specific sheet add this code to the specific sheet code window

Code:
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
'your code here
End Sub

this is assuming it is a manual change and not a change in a formula.
 

kbolick

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Run Macro when cell changes...

I have a macro that runs and calculates a total based upon the entries made. I have a button to execute the macro to calculate. I have a macro that I recorded that clears the calculated total. I would like the "clear" macro to run when any of the user defined values change.

Example:

User Defined Values:

Sales: 400
COGS: 200

Calculated Value:
GP: 200

If the user changes Sales or COGS the GP will clear until the macro to recorded to calculate the value is executed again.
 

onlyadrafter

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Hello,

SOmething like this perhaps?

Code:
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) 
if target.address="$A$1" or target.address="$B$1" then
    range("F1:F2").clearcontents
end if 
End Sub

change cell reds as required.
 

yee388

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I like to throw a

Code:
If Target.Count >1 Then Exit Sub

in there... lots of macros break when you delete/change multiple cells at once.
 
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