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Run Code When Cell is Changed - Where am i going wrong

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    Run Code When Cell is Changed - Where am i going wrong

    Hi,

    I've trawled various posts and come up with some code that should change the filters on a pivot table, in a different sheet, when the user the changes a field on a sheet. All it should do is change the Year and Quarter filter on a pivot table in a different sheet when the Quarter field on this sheet is changed.

    It doesn't seem to want to run though, at all - can't even step into it with F8!! Can anyone see where my code is wrong? Thanks in advance


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    Re: Run Code When Cell is Changed - Where am i going wrong

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    Re: Run Code When Cell is Changed - Where am i going wrong

    Sorry, marked it as solved so someone didnt waste their time replying.

    I had the code located in a seperate module, however, the code must be placed on the actual worksheet itself for it to work

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