VBA Code to run on the hour within range of hours

borski88

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I'd like a macro to be pulled at exactly the start of a new hour between the nightshift hours of 18:00-06:00. I found the following code, but not sure how to make it repeat each hour:

VBA Code:
Sub Timer()
    'first call appropriate procedure
    Call myProcedure
    
    'next, set new calling time
    Application.OnTime TimeValue("18:00:00"), "Timer"
End Sub

Sub myProcedure()

MsgBox "Test Sucessful"

End Sub
 

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mart37

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Office Version
  1. 2016
Platform
  1. Windows
VBA Code:
t = Now()
h = Hour(t) + 1
m = 0
s = 0
If Not (h > 6 And h < 18) Then  Application.OnTime TimeValue(TimeSerial(h, m, s)), "timer"
 

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