Run Macro when Result of Formula Changes

How to automatically run a macro when the result of a formula changes a cell value using VBA. Watch the video below:

Run Macro when Result of Formula Changes

The complete VBA code to execute the macro when the outcome of the procedure changes:

Private Sub Worksheet_Calculate()
Static MyOldVal
If Range(“G4”).Value <> MyOldVal Then
Call CopyData
MyOldVal = Range(“G4”).Value

End If
End Sub

This solution can be quite useful in situations where you are getting data at regular intervals from a source like the stock-exchange.

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