I want to take some action if any of three changes occur in an excel spreadsheet. I have written some vb code, examples attached. If the first condition which is a change to staff number is made, the code works fine. If the 3rd condition where the absence type changes, it also works fine. No matter what I do with the 2nd condition it does not work. I have tried recoding with what elseif's, I thought maybe because the column is a calculated field it didn't like it, so tried it instead on one of the date columns. I have even moved the conditions around. But no matter what I do only the absence type or the staff no changes will behave as I expect. I have attached the workbook and the troublesome code. In the workbook what should happen is that when a new absence is entered on the absence sheet, then the number of sick days for that employee should be recalculated on the PR sheet. If the row has been entered a with an incorrect date or an incorrect absence type the change should prompt a recount of the total number of sick days for the employee. sample-for-EE.xlsm code-snippet.JPG
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