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ADDING SOUNDS IN EXCELL

AFTER CALCULATING USING EXCEL FORMULA,
CAN I GET A SOUND ALLERTING ME IF THE VALUE
IS MORE THAN A CETAIN NUMBER,SAY 100 ?

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  • aamanzar May 30, 2009

    Thanks for quick response.
    I have tried every which way to write the formula ,without success.
    Perhaps you would be good enough to rewrite the formula so that I can copy
    and paste.
    Thanks.
    Azmanz


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No there is not any settigns that allert of sound on condition base.

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Here's the formula:

if range("A1").value > 100 then
BEEP
end if

and you might want to loop the BEEP so that it's louder/longer :

for x = 1 to 10
BEEP
next x

HERE'S ANOTHER ONE:

you can stick this code inside a Worksheet_Change event :

Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)

If Range("A1").Value > 100 Then
For x = 1 To 10
Beep
Next x
End If

End Sub

Good luck!

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