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david hasslehof

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how do i keep a time and date function live??

I want to have a countdown and have done that but it does not keep up to date unless close and open it again.
 

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SamBo1234

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Aug 21, 2006
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As far as i know its not possible to have a "Active" Visual countdown timer, within excel because the formulas such as NOW() etc will only refresh when you actively do somthing within the worksheet.

You could always press delete in a empty cell, or refresh the page which will cause the functions to re-calculate.
 

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