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    Quote Originally Posted by boccuz View Post
    wow.. Thanks. So I just copy the cell down to row 50?
    Should be all that's needed

    The important thing is Application.Caller witch is the cell that the formula is in

    Once we have that, we know the .Row and that allows us to go to the correct worksheet
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    If that works out, I noticed that it looks like you could have 100 buttons in A and B on "1", with the only difference being the virtually identical 1 of 100 macros

    Maybe using a worksheet event hander to process a double click in A4, B4, A5, B5, .... would be easier

    Option Explicit
    Private Sub Worksheet_BeforeDoubleClick(ByVal Target As Range, Cancel As Boolean)
        Dim r As Long, c As Long
        
        With Target.Cells(1, 1)
            r = .Row
            c = .Column
        End With
        
        If r < 4 Or r > 50 Then Exit Sub
        If Len(Me.Cells(r, 4).Value) = 0 Then Exit Sub
            
        If c = 1 Then
            Call Application.Goto(Worksheets(CStr(r)).Range("A49"), True)
        ElseIf c = 2 Then
            Call Application.Goto(Worksheets(CStr(r)).Range("A75"), True)
        End If
    End Sub
    I accidently deleted the "Home" button macro
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    don't think I am copying the code correctly. I cannot get the formula to work in my working spreadsheet. I get ###### as a result.

    I am going to Developer > Visual Basic > Module1_UDF > View Code then copy the code inside the box. not sure about about "Option Explicit" I don't see that. what am I missing?

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    actually, I am not seeing a Module1_UDF in my working spreadsheet. Only see it when your attachment is opened.

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    a lot of those macros are broken. I tried deleting, but couldn't. the delete button was grayed out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boccuz View Post
    actually, I am not seeing a Module1_UDF in my working spreadsheet. Only see it when your attachment is opened.
    I inserted a new Standard Module, named it Module1_UDF, and wrote the macro on that

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    Don't know what i am doing wrong. I copied in my working spreadsheet and am getting false regardless of argument. I did the same test in my sample spreadsheet and it worked. copied to both spreadsheet exactly the same

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    would you be willing to meet with me over skype and I will share my screen to show you what i am seeing? The file size of the working spreadsheet is too large for me to attach.

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    easier to just attach a workbook with "1", "4", and "5" again to the forum

    Include the version of the macro you're having issues with

    It works with ver 3 -- basically the same as ver 2 --

    Do you have calculation set to automatic?
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    Here is the sample spreadsheet.

    I copied to earnedmimimum code to module 1.





    Master_Service_Award 4.xlsm

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    yes, calculations is set to auto.

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    When you put the function in, you didn't remove the formula, so it was probably testing something like (formula) = (function) as a Boolean, and since they didn't match the answer was False

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    Try ver 5
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    jeez... thanks. working now. I truly appreciate your help on this. Thank you very much!

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