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Macro Can I create a command which will automatically run Macro periodically? I know how to build a Macro which will update the sheets in a worksheet and my boss askes me to find out whether I can have another command that will call the Macro to run periodically. Thanks a lot.

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Private Sub Workbook_Open()
Application.OnTime TimeValue("15:00:00"), "MyMacro"
End Sub

This will run the Procedure MyMacro at 15:00 each day.

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