Custom excel function not updating
then i pressed Shift F3 and thought of checking the function is listed in user defined option .. .i am able to see user defined option in function box.. where i can learn the vba from basics to writing of user defined functions. Hello, I've written a custom function which runs 2-3 macros in another workbook and returns a specific item from an array generated in the other macros.To change this, open the workbook, select the "Formula" tab (Alt M), then click "Calculation Options" and the select "Automatic". I think this can happen when you end up with different data types in the fields in the given range.Can you check and make sure the data in there is all still numerical? i dream of becoming like you guys one day , due to the financial problems cannot able to effort quality of education .. Dear Vo G, i am happy to receive responses from one of the excel MVP. what ever i have learned i had learned from internet .. But i would like to write VBA and create my own user defined functions..
#Failed2 - I could use a boolean flag that I would toggled when i want the function to be used while i modify the sheet.When i use the function directly in the worksheet cell it returns 'VALUE! So, when I use "=get Cpn Data(B20,"Today","days",'Control Sheet'! Whereas if I use: I don't know what your subs do, but any UDF (a function called from the worksheet), or any procedure called by a UDF, can't do anything to change the environment.$B)" in a cell (are cell formulae supposed to be in CODE tags? A UDF can only return a value to the cell in which it appears. When I see that, that's usually an indication the error is significant enough to block Excel from calling the function.By default, UDF's (User Defined Functions) in Excel VBA are not volatile. Explanation: the non-volatile function is not recalculated when any other cell on the sheet changes.
They are only recalculated when any of the function's arguments change.
I think I've noticed this happening for me when I threw in a value once that was "$xyz" as opposed to "xyz" (I mean xyz to be some integer, of course). I suggest you copy your formula into Notepad, then type any number into the cell.