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Carcavallo wrote at 2013-06-19 02:32:01
The code above works great.

Do put it to work, do the following:

Press Alt+F11 to open the Visual Basic editor;

On the Menu, choose Insert, then choose Module;

Copy the code above to the inserted Module;

Go back to the worksheet;

Add two buttons to the worksheet (by means of the Developer tab, selecting Insert and choosing the "button" icon);

Then, right click on the first button and "Assign a Macro" to it:

Choose the option StartIt;

Then, right click on the second button and "Assign a Macro" to it: Choose the option StopIt.

Rename the buttons to Start and Stop, respectivelly.

Ready. You finished.

Now, left click on the Start button and observe the running time.


Eduardo Carcavallo

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