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15-Dec-2019 14:54

But what I am looking for is the value of the cell should change as soon as the user enters its value . Click on the one showing change to view all of the events for a worksheet. But is there a way to run the macro from the list of custom formats??

The data that populates the data validation can be found on a separate sheet called "Lists" and is in cells A98: A108 Can anyone help?

Cell A1 is used as the cell to check in the examples below.

Excel has a built-in function to check for blankness. It will only return TRUE if the cell being examined is empty.

That is the A2)=1 portion will change to A3)=1, A4)=1 and so on.

If you're creating a sheet that requires users to enter data, you might want to restrict entry to a certain range of dates or numbers, or make sure that only positive whole numbers are entered.Excel can restrict data entry to certain cells by using data validation, prompt users to enter valid data when a cell is selected, and display an error message when a user enters invalid data.If I enter 35 data validation isn't triggered and the VBA "logic" doesn't loop (at any time) If I enter 950 data validation (in Excel not VBA) is triggered and retry is selected - enter 35 and the VBA "logic" loops twice I'm using Worksheet_Change(By Val Target As Range) I'm using Application.What you can do is create a formula in your conditional formatting for the top most row where you want this applied to, now get rid of the dollar signs in front of the row numbers in your formula and extend the range where this applies for to all the thousands of rows that you want it applied to.



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