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There are many times when it would be great to have any macro run at a predetermined time or run it at specified intervals. Fortunately Excel has made this a relatively simple task, when you know how.
This Method is what we can use to achieve the automatically running of Excel Macros.
Public dTime As Date Dim lNum As Long Sub RunOnTime() dTime = Now + TimeSerial(0, 0, 10) Application.OnTime dTime, "RunOnTime" lNum = lNum + 1 If lNum = 3 Then Run "CancelOnTime" Else MsgBox lNum End If End Sub Sub CancelOnTime() Application.OnTime dTime, "RunOnTime", , False End Sub
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