Screen refresh (SOLVED)

phantom1975

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I have some cells with formulas that don't seem to update all time. I find that if I go to a different worksheet and then back to the original, the data is updated. I was wondering if there was a Selection_Change macro that would "refresh" all the cells on the worksheet.

By the way, the formulas that are having the difficulty are just SUM formulas (=sum(F4:F200))

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This message was edited by phantom1975 on 2002-11-02 14:38
 

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Haluk

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Hi;

You may try this (may be you need to change the sheet name);

Sheets("Sheet1").Calculate
 

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