VBA Code to Date Time Stamp when Data Refreshed

brucetedder

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Can someone help with the Code Required to Date / Time Stamp a single cell when the workbook is Refreshed?

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Is there a certain range that will change upon "refreshing" or some sort of trigger? Does the "refreshing" get initiated through a macro or code?
 
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Is there a certain range that will change upon "refreshing" or some sort of trigger? Does the "refreshing" get initiated through a macro or code?

Hi Nise

The workbook is refreshed by using the DATA>REFRESH ALL button in the tool bars. If necessary, I can put a button which is linked to a Macro which could do the refreshing when clicked but would prefer simply to use the DATA>REFRESH ALL button. Once that is clicked the ODBC connection update 15 hidden worksheets which feed into Sheet 1 which has numerous graphs representing a Visual Dashboard. It is in Cell G3 here I would like to stamp the Date and Time when the workbook was last refreshed.

Thanks for you help
 
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Hi Nise

The workbook is refreshed by using the DATA>REFRESH ALL button in the tool bars. If necessary, I can put a button which is linked to a Macro which could do the refreshing when clicked but would prefer simply to use the DATA>REFRESH ALL button. Once that is clicked the ODBC connection update 15 hidden worksheets which feed into Sheet 1 which has numerous graphs representing a Visual Dashboard. It is in Cell G3 here I would like to stamp the Date and Time when the workbook was last refreshed.

Thanks for you help

Anyone? Please could someone help?
 
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