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    Resetting change event

    I searched for this, but didn't find anything quite this way. I hope I'm not rehashing this....

    I have a page that I input to with a user form. However, if some bad data is input, I want to allow edits. I put in a command button to allow viewing and/or editing, then added the following code to the change event of the page:
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    This works just fine when I run it, make one edit, then say that I am done.

    However, if I want to make a second change, clicking "yes", I do not have my change event occur again.

    How do I get the change event to show up again?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Resetting change event

    What change event are you referring to?
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    Re: Resetting change event

    When I enter information to a cell, I have this set to pop up. However, if "No" is pressed, the next time I enter information to a cell, this doesn't pop up again.

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    Re: Resetting change event

    So which change event are you using?

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    Re: Resetting change event

    Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)

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    Re: Resetting change event

    Are you disabling events at any point?

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    Re: Resetting change event

    I'm not sure what that would mean, sorry.

    As far as I know, I am not stopping anything from running. I don't have screen updating as false.

    I just figured it out. I had reset a variable, and didn't need to.

    Thanks for asking the questions to get me to think!
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