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    Question Function acts as if it's volatile but it isn't

    There's a Public function in a workbook of mine (that I can't post here) that gets executed repeatedly every time the workbook is calculated even though there's no Application.Volatile or for that matter "volatile" anywhere in the code. It occurs for example when I make a copy of any sheet in the workbook. There's also no code in the Thisworkbook object or the copied sheet and there's no call to the function anywhere in the workbook. Any ideas why this might be happening?

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    Re: Function acts as if it's volatile but it isn't

    I would guess the function is used inside the sheet on a formula, and the calculations are triggering it.
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