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On 11/27/2016 8:11 PM, Remy Gauthier wrote:

You could also refer to this post:

I believe it describes a way to do what you are looking for. Basically
they describe a way to trigger a macro that monitors a range of cells
and that performs a specific operation when something is changed.

Rémy Gauthier.

Thank you Rémy

Le dimanche 27 novembre 2016 à 23:57 +0000, Brian Barker a écrit :
At 07:04 27/11/2016 -0500, William Drescher wrote:
(2nd posting, it appears the first disappeared in cyberia)

Both messages presumably awaited moderation. Your first arrived 47
seconds after your second.

When I update the data in a spreadsheet I need to also update the
one of two cells "date data sent" or "date data received." I can't
figure out a way of doing that automagically so I have a field in
the header set to TODAY() and I copy and paste that into the row.
Plain pasting doesn't work as that will paste the function, not
value. Paste Special works but is a lot of clicks. Can anyone
of a better way to do this.

Right-click | Paste Only > | Number?

If you prefer, you can find Paste Only under Edit in Tools |
Customise... | Keyboard and bind it to an unused keyboard shortcut.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

Thanks Brian.

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