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    Hi everyone,

    I have already created a macro that works perfectly relative to the selected cell. I want to create a column of buttons that will run the macro relative to that individual button when clicked (rather than creating 1000 macros).

    Is there a way that I could make the active cell change to wherever the button is so that it will run the macro with the correct references when the button is clicked? This is just an idea, but if someone has any solution to solve this problem it would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you in advance!

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    Re: create macro relative to button location

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    Re: create macro relative to button location

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