Excel Guides

Running a Macro when a Worksheet is Activated in Excel

When a worksheet is activated in Excel, there are a few things that you can do to automatically run a macro. First, you can go to the Tools menu and click on Macro. Then, click on Macros. In the Macro dialog box, click on the Run button. This will cause the macro to run immediately.

Another way to automatically run a macro when a worksheet is activated is to use the Application.OnTime method. This method will allow you to specify when the macro should be run. For example, you could use the following code to run a macro every time a worksheet is activated:

Application.OnTime Now + TimeValue("00:00:01"), "MyMacro"

This code would cause the macro named "MyMacro" to be run one second after the worksheet is activated. You can change the time interval to whatever you want. For example, you could use "00:01:00" instead of "00:00:01" to cause the macro to be run one minute after the worksheet is activated.

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