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    VBA question - Resolved

    Sorry to cross post but nobody ever goes in the VBA forum...

    How do you make the OnTime() function work?

    None of my attempts have paid off.
    Last edited by wossname; Sep 14th, 2004 at 06:28 AM.

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    I have never used it, but a google search brought me to this page

    I hope this helps.
    Frans

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    Nice one. That's done it.

    Not only is VBA utterly useless, but its documentation is too.

    Thanks for that, it's working fine now.

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    There's a Sandpaper module out there for limitations in VBA such as the one you've mentioned. Try to look for it. Very useful indeed.

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    SandPaper.OnTime() works perfectly. Thanks Mend.

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