Step through macro

ehcpieterse

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Nov 16, 2006
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I have a sheet with couple of big macro's.

How can I step through the macro and see the values its using? I would like to audit the calculations.

Thanks
 

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jonesy241

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Joined
Dec 16, 2004
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Put a breakpoint at the top of the code (click on the gray bar in VBE and it will put a red dot there and highlight that line of code).
Run the macro and when you hit the break point you can hit F8 to step through.
 

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