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Hur upprepar eller slingrar du en makro var X: e minut i Excel?

När du arbetar med Microsoft Excel kan du behöva skapa makron för att uppnå vissa åtgärder. Till exempel vill du skapa en makro för att automatiskt kopiera en rad data till en ny plats. Eftersom data kommer att ändras ofta behöver du den här makroen för att köras automatiskt var femte minut utan att manuellt utlösa den för att synkronisera dessa två dataserier. Hur uppnår man det? Metoden i den här artikeln kan hjälpa dig.

Upprepa eller loopa en makro var X: e minut i Excel


Upprepa eller loopa en makro var X: e minut i Excel

Följande VBA-kod kan hjälpa dig att upprepa en makro var X: e minut i Excel. Gör så här.

1. Tryck andra + F11 tangenter samtidigt för att öppna Microsoft Visual Basic för applikationer fönster.

2. I Microsoft Visual Basic för applikationer klicka på fönstret Insert > Modulerna. Kopiera sedan och klistra in nedanstående VBA-kod i Koda fönster. Se skärmdump:

VBA-kod: Upprepa eller loopa en makro var X: e minut i Excel

Sub ReRunMacro()
Dim xMin As String

'Insert your code here
    xMin = GetSetting(AppName:="Kutools", Section:="Macro", Key:="min", Default:="")
    If xMin = "Exit" Then
    SaveSetting "Kutools", "Macro", "min", "False"
    Exit Sub
    End If
    If (xMin = "") Or (xMin = "False") Then
      xMin = Application.InputBox(prompt:="Please input the interval time you need to repeat the Macro", Title:="Kutools for Excel", Type:=2)
      SaveSetting "Kutools", "Macro", "min", xMin
    End If
    If (xMin <> "") And (xMin <> "False") Then
      Application.OnTime Now() + TimeValue("0:" + xMin + ":0"), "ReRunMacro"
    Else
      Exit Sub
    End If
End Sub

Anmärkningar: Byt ut den här raden i koden 'Sätt in din kod här med koden kommer du att köra var X: e minut.

3. tryck på F5 för att köra koden. I pop-up Kutools för Excel dialogrutan, ange den intervalltid som du kommer att upprepa makrot baserat på och klicka sedan på OK knapp. Se skärmdump:

Från och med nu körs vissa Macro upprepade gånger var 5: e minut i din arbetsbok.

Anmärkningar: Om du behöver stoppa körningen av makrot och ändra intervallet för cykeln, vänligen kopiera nedanstående VBA-kod till samma Modulerna och tryck på F5 för att köra koden. Sedan stoppas makroen, kör om ovanstående kod för att ange ett nytt intervall.

VBA-kod: Stoppa körningen av makrot

Sub ExitReRunMacro()
SaveSetting "Kutools", "Macro", "min", "Exit"
End Sub

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    creativeperson97 · 1 months ago
    I am pasting the code below in which I have replaced the line to enter the code with my code. The error I am getting is- Compile error: Expected End Sub. Kindly help.

    Sub ReRunMacro()
    Dim xMin As String
    Sub Refresh()
    '
    ' Refresh Macro
    '

    '
    Sheets("Sheet1").Select
    ActiveWorkbook.RefreshAll
    Sheets("Pivot-Dash").Select
    End Sub


    xMin = GetSetting(AppName:="Kutools", Section:="Macro", Key:="min", Default:="")
    If xMin = "Exit" Then
    SaveSetting "Kutools", "Macro", "min", "False"
    Exit Sub
    End If
    If (xMin = "") Or (xMin = "False") Then
    xMin = Application.InputBox(prompt:="Please input the interval time you need to repeat the Macro", Title:="Kutools for Excel", Type:=2)
    SaveSetting "Kutools", "Macro", "min", xMin
    End If
    If (xMin <> "") And (xMin <> "False") Then
    Application.OnTime Now() + TimeValue("0:" + xMin + ":0"), "ReRunMacro"
    Else
    Exit Sub
    End If
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      crystal · 1 months ago
      Good day,
      You need to remove the Sub line and the End Sub line from your code.
      Sub Refresh() ' ' Refresh Macro ' ' Sheets("Sheet1").Select ActiveWorkbook.RefreshAll Sheets("Pivot-Dash").Select End Sub
      Change to:
      ' ' Refresh Macro ' ' Sheets("Sheet1").Select ActiveWorkbook.RefreshAll Sheets("Pivot-Dash").Select

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    LIMCA · 7 months ago
    Hi Jack,
    By mistake I entered 0.5 mins and it shows an error,
    I mean xMin is taken as 0.5 minutes.
    How to get rid and change it to 1 min?

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      crystal · 7 months ago
      Hi LIMCA,
      Sorry for the inconvenience. The code does not support entering decimals.

      Please stop the the looping by running the below VBA code, and then rerun the looping code and enter 1 into the popping up dialog box.

      Sub ExitReRunMacro()
      SaveSetting "Kutools", "Macro", "min", "Exit"
      End Sub
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    MOhammed · 8 months ago
    How to create a macro in excel with continuous loop and pressed key would be only pg up and pg down
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    davart · 8 months ago
    Hi very useful, however I think I messed up and set the time as 0.5 and now I cannot chage it, any ideas how to change the xMin Setting?
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    David · 8 months ago
    Hi, I messed up and set the time as 0.5 and now I cannot chage it, any ideas how to change the xMin Setting?
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      crystal · 8 months ago
      Hi David.
      As we mentioned at the end of the post, if you need to stop the execution of the macro and change the interval of the cycle, please copy the below VBA code into the same Module window and press the F5 key to run the code. Then the Macro will be stopped, please rerun the above code to specify a new interval.

      Sub ExitReRunMacro()
      SaveSetting "Kutools", "Macro", "min", "Exit"
      End Sub
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        David · 8 months ago
        Hey, Thanks! but im afraid the marco doenst even run, when I press F5 excel sends me this error msgs: Run time error 13 'Type Missmatch".

        I deleted it, but If I try to create it again the same error msg appears, my only guess is that I set the time as 0.5 and in the code, so no idea how to modify it now.

        Thanks Again for your help.
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    Padma · 8 months ago
    Hello, Just help me out on "insert your code here". I am a novice and need help on what to fill and how ! Thanks
    I am not getting it right

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      crystal · 8 months ago
      Hi Padma,
      The "insert your code here" indicate the VBA code you use to achieve some operation in Excel. Supposing you need to apply VBA to move a row to another sheet based on a specific value, and want to run the code every X minutes automatically, you need to place the VBA code here.
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    Mohit · 10 months ago
    Hey

    I have a query, your codes works perfectly fine and copies the data in my next columns every 5 minutes but after 3 hours all my columns get full as it is 2003 excel. Could you please help me with a code to check if no other column is vacant then create a new sheet and copy paste data into that sheet
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    ram2093@gmail.com · 1 years ago
    Please provide a Code for :


    "How to repeat or loop a Macro every X Seconds in Excel"


    Thank you
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      crystal · 1 years ago
      Hi,
      Please change the line "Application.OnTime Now() + TimeValue("0:" + xMin + ":0"), "ReRunMacro"" to
      Application.OnTime Now() + TimeValue("0:" + "0:" + xMin), "ReRunMacro"
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    ebolshakovv@gmail.com · 2 years ago
    Tell me more how to stop the execution of the macro and change the interval of the cycle?
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      crystal · 2 years ago
      Good daty,
      A new VBA code which can stop the macro has been added at the end of the article. Please have a try. Thank you for your comment.
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    jack1 · 2 years ago
    Tell me more how to stop the execution of the macro and change the interval of the cycle?
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    Ryan · 2 years ago
    Hi!
    This is great, but is there a way to get it to loop back up to the first row of the spreadsheet before beginning again?


    Thanks!
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    JIm · 3 years ago
    Thanks for this, works a treat. I'm a novice to coding so please forgive me if this is simple...

    How do I get the dialog box to appear again? I have it stuck on a 1 minute loop. Thanks.
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      crystal · 3 years ago
      Good Day,
      Just break the code and run it again.
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    primeacademyresource@gmail.com · 3 years ago
    Great one! Please how do i stop the loop after say 10 times?
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      crystal · 3 years ago
      Good Day,
      You can get into the Code window to break the code (click on the Break button) manually to stop the loop.
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        Jack · 2 years ago
        Good day! I did not understand how to break the macro code to set the loop execution time again.Could you describe in more detail how to do this? Where is the value of the run cycle time recorded?
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          crystal · 2 years ago
          Hi Jack,
          My mistake.
          A new VBA code which can stop the macro has been added at the end of the article. Please have a try. Thank you for your comment.