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A particular cell that changes triggers a macro

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I need to trigger a macro only if Summary.range("B13") changes. Summary is sheet 5
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here it is.  put this code into the sheet object

Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
If Target.Address = "$b$13" Then
Call YourMacro
End If
End Sub
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You can do this with a Worksheet_Change event macro that is inserted in Sheet5:
Worksheet_Change event
Regards,
-Glenn
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by:Flora
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put this code into Summary sheet object
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Glenn I was first   :-)

you were few second late :-)
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Yep; that's what I get for creating a pretty graphic. :-P

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by:bearblack
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Tried it and ANY cell that changes on the Summary sheet triggers the private sub.
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You'll have to show us your code; if you used either Flora20's or my example, it would only happen if cell B13 of Sheet5 (Summary ?) was changed.

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can you check the attached file.
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